Having tied up a half-naked Turkish sailor, Philip II of Spain holds a baby in the air to cushion the fall of a woman who’s wings don’t seem to work. That’s my interpretation and I’m sticking with it.
Art historians might say this is Philip II offering Fernando to Victory by Titian, 1572

Having tied up a half-naked Turkish sailor, Philip II of Spain holds a baby in the air to cushion the fall of a woman who’s wings don’t seem to work. That’s my interpretation and I’m sticking with it.

Art historians might say this is Philip II offering Fernando to Victory by Titian, 1572

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