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A man removing a plaster; representing the sense of touch. Oil painting by Lucas Franchoys II.

Franchoys, Lucas, 1616-1681.
Date
1600-1699

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Description

This work is an allegory representing the sense of touch, one of the five senses. This is illustrated in the painting by the pain experienced by the man removing a plaster from his arm.

Publication/Creation

1600-1699

Physical description

1 painting : oil on canvas ; canvas 63.4 x 61.3 cm

Lettering

Lucas. Franchoys. pinxit

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 45011i

Language

  • Latin


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