COMPETITION; DETAILS No 305
Sunday 22 September 1996
Details 303 came from Rosso Fiorentino's action-packed scene Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro (1520-23). It is in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
The first three correct entries drawn were from: Alan Robinson of Black- burn, Lancs; Joan Brasnett of Woodstock, Oxon; and Imelda Updegraff of Eye, Suffolk.
Each will receive a bottle of champagne, as will the winners of this week's competition. Answers on a postcard (to arrive by Wed 25 Sept, please) to: DETAILS 305, Arts Desk, Independent on Sunday, 1 Canada Sq, London E14 5DL.
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