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Title The Abduction of the Sabine women
Object type Painting
Date between circa 1634 and circa 1635
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 154.6 cm (60.9 in). Width: 209.9 cm (82.6 in).
Accession number 46.160
Credit line Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1946
Notes see also Louvre INV 7290
References Met Museum

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