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 Installed as a decorative frieze is Caitlin Keogh's painting , Fragment From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers,  2015 .  Acrylic on canvas .

Installed as a decorative frieze is Caitlin Keogh's painting, Fragment From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers, 2015. Acrylic on canvas.

 Caitlin Keogh,  From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers  (Detail).

Caitlin Keogh, From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers (Detail).

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 Installed as a decorative frieze is Caitlin Keogh's painting , Fragment From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers,  2015 .  Acrylic on canvas .
 Caitlin Keogh,  From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers  (Detail).
comolaflor10.jpg
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clfsm10.jpg
comolaflor02.jpg
comolaflor15.jpg
comolaflor31.jpg
clfsm13 copy.jpeg

Installed as a decorative frieze is Caitlin Keogh's painting, Fragment From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers, 2015. Acrylic on canvas.

Caitlin Keogh, From Botticelli’s Primavera Allegory: Chloris, a Nymph, is Pursued and Raped by the Wind God Zephyrus. After the Rape, Chloris Becomes the Goddess Flora, the Source of All Flowers (Detail).

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