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If great art won't get you to the museum, maybe the "Sopranos" connection will.

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College features four Francesco de Mura paintings owned by Federico Castelluccio, who played hitman Furio on the mob drama.

A painter in his own right, Castelluccio hopes to raise the profile of De Mura, an Italian who lived from 1696 to 1782.

"I think more people should know about Francesco de Mura and what he achieved over his lifetime and the reasons why his paintings were lost over time," said Castelluccio, 52, a collector of Baroque art....

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