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Allegories of Study and Intelligence Flanking the Zuccaro Emblem Gm-13470501

Allegories of Study and Intelligence Flanking the Zuccaro Emblem Gm-13470501

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Federico Zuccaro (Italian, about 1541–1609) Allegorical figures of Study and Intelligence sit on either side of the Zuccaro family's symbol of a sugar loaf sprouting lilies, a play on the Italian word zucchero, meaning sugar. The figure of Study is hard at work drawing a nude torso, surrounded by a rooster and various other sculptures. Intelligence, on the right, holds a caduceus in his right hand, while an elephant peers out beside him.

The drawing's irregular shape and viewpoint suggest to scholars that it was intended for a ceiling decoration.

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