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She’s seen here lifting a horse, her husband Max, and their two children.
The circus arena is based off period-accurate ones from the time.
It’s very hard to see in the final picture (but not in the in-progress ones!), but there’s two paintings up on walls of the tent, which was the style at the time. These are two of the paintings from Artemisia Gentileschi‘s entry.
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