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The artist's hand is slower in essential description, like the contours of the figures in the foreground, but impatient in secondary areas, like the left background. While probably still autograph, this would have been the latest of the three replicas. 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These may have been present in a prototype by Cambiaso or applied here to distinguish the version. In any case, the description is overly specific and the touch heavy. 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From the large number of surviving replicas, it must have been one of Cambiaso’s most popular subjects. An autograph prototype has not, however, been identified. Of the three versions exhibited here, this is the most brisk in handling and confident in its abbreviations. The same swift, spiky hand is evident in other replicas from Cambiaso’s workshop. 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