Venuses by Lucas Cranach the Elder  

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Venus is the name of several paintigs by Lucas Cranach the Elder. The most famous one, dated (1532) [1] is housed at the Städelsches Kunstinstitut Frankfurt am Main.

Another version is Venus Standing in a Landscape (1529)

Another subtheme of Cranach's Venuses is Venus and the Honey Thief, Weimar, 1530; Berlin, 1534, and one at the KMSKB in Brussels

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