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    Apollo and Daphne, 1846. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel tree (Daphne = Greek laurel) Canvas, 53 x 35,5 cm R.F.3870

    40-11-07/33

    Apollo and Daphne. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel-tree. (Daphne = Greek laurel) Canvas, 96 x 79 cm R.F. 2107

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    Apollo and Daphne. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel-tree. (Daphne = Greek laurel). Detail of 40-08-05/62. Canvas, 96 x 79cm. R.F. 2107

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    Apollon et Daphné - Apollo and Daphne. Around 1615-1620. Copper, 17cm x 35cm. INV. 18

    39-19-10/32

    Attic red-figured krater with scene of the killing of Leukippos, the lover of Daphne; 5th century BCE.

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    Apollo and Daphne. Canvas.

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    Daphne (around 1550), persued by Apollo, her father Peneios changes her into a laurel-tree. Gilded silver, coral and semi-precious stones from Nuernberg, Germany See also:30-01-05/41

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    Apollon amoureux de Daphne - Apollo in love with Daphne,1664;Poussin's last painting. Canvas,155 x 200 cm M.I.776

    40-06-07/18

    Daphne (around 1550), persued by Apollo, her father Peneios changes her into a laurel-tree. Gilded silver, coral and semi-precious stones from Nuernberg, Germany See also:30-01-05/42

    30-01-05/41

    Apollon et Daphné - Apollo and Daphne. Around 1615-1620. Detail of 39-19-10/32. Copper, 17cm x 35cm. INV. 18

    39-19-16/43

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