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File:Annibale Carracci The Beaneater.jpg


Title The Beaneater
Date 1580-90
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 57 × 68 cm (22.4 × 26.8 in)
Galleria Colonna
Notes This painting clearly shows a dish of black-eye beans (Vigna unguiculata), which was the species known as phaseolus or fagioli before the arrival of Phaseolus vulgaris.
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