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Daniel Froeschl, Sunflower Seen from the Back, from Codice Casabona Biblioteca Universitaria, Pisa
Anthony van Dyck, Self-portrait with Sunflower, , private collection
Jacopo Ligozzi, Fig Branch with Exotic Finches, Florence, Uffizi
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Bartolomeo Bimbi, Monstruous Cawliflower and Horseradish, 1706 Sezione Botanica "F. Parlatore" del Museo di Storia Naturale, University of Florence
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