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 right pendentive painting: Efficiunt clarum studio
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Information about the images: Two pendentive paintings by Edward J. Holslag from the Librarian's Room (or "ceremonial office"), Thomas Jefferson Building (see the Jefferson Virtual Tour for more information). On the left, "Dulces ante omnia Musae" (The Muses, above all things, delightful); on the right, "Efficiunt clarum studio" (They make it clear by study).

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