|Caption||Flora. Etching by R Dalton, 174–. A woman holding a wreath. The sculpture known as the "Farnese Flora", formerly in Palazzo Farnese, Rome, and from 1800 in Naples (latterly Museo Nazionale): Haskell and Penny, loc. cit. Created between 1740 and 1749?. Farnese Flora (Statue). Greco-Roman. Sculpture. Flora (Roman deity). Contributors: Richard Dalton (1715?-1791). Work ID: mcnbyfcq.|
|Artwork medium||etching, with engraving|
|Flora Etching Dalton Engravings Etchings Richard Dalton|
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|YW049024L||3,190 x 5,109 pixels||1|
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