Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time

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Bronzino painted it with the intent of having very complex imagery that would have taken a scholar to unravel its meaning. Which may be the reason for all the controversy surrounding the painting currently. There are only a few things that all art historians do seem to agree upon Venus and Cupid, the two central figures of the painting, are one example of this...
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An already older-than-childish Cupid rubs himself against his mother Venus, kisses her on the mouth, and fondles her breast.# The image of Venus has been identified by the doves on the right side proper which bill and coo at her feet.# Venus has also been identified by the golden orb she holds in her left hand which represents the golden apple given to her by Paris when he judged her more beautiful than Juno and Minerva...
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