An Allegory of Air (18th Century) By Follower of Jan Breughel the Younger

“So it is with¬†air: there is the brightest variety which we call¬†aether, the muddiest which we call mist and darkness, and other kinds for which we have no name…”

Plato, Timaeus
An Allegory of Air (18th Century) By Follower of Jan Breughel the Younger

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