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This artist takes Raphael's picture as his model, but does away with the poetry and idealization, rendering her instead as an object of desire. Take a moment to look at its fine details: the pattern of tiny flowers woven with silver and gold silk thread…the silver border… and the rectangles, or cartouches, lined in red. Each displays a word from a passionate love poem. The basic design for the belt with flowers and cartouche came from a popular pattern book of the 16th century, indicated here by the precision of the embroidery. But the lettering is irregular and slightly misshapen, suggesting that whoever wove this belt chose the poem and also added the phoenixes, working without any kind of template