Cupid and friends

Dam, Julie K.L.; Mitchell, Emily
April 1995
Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/24/95, Issue 16, p71
Entertainment Review
Reviews the art exhibit `Titian: Sacred and Profane Love,' at the Exposition Palace, Rome.


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