The New International Encyclopædia/Europa and the Bull
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Europa and the Bull
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EUROPA AND THE BULL. A well-known painting by Titian (1562), representing the Phœnician damsel borne through the waters on the back of the metamorphosed Zeus, followed by three Cupids, one being seated on a dolphin's back. The painting is now in Cobham Hall, England.