Putto

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A putto (pl. = putti, from Latin: boy) is a chubby naked child boy, often with wings, that was used extensively as a depiction of peace, Heaven and other meanings in the early renaissance period.

Four putti and a small boy standing, Wenzel Hollar (1607–1677)
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