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Venus with a Mirror, by Titian, painted ca. 1555, one of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch's inspirations for Venus in Furs.
(There are several slight variations on the title -- this is the version given in the book Venus at her Mirror: Velázquez and the Art of Nude Painting by Andreas Prater, 2002, ISBN 3-7913-2783-6.)
Currently in National Gallery of Art, Washington (Andrew Mellon collection).
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