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Vulcan is the god of fire, here depicted by Velasquez as human, working with the other blacksmiths. Here's the rest of the painting and the story:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_in_the_Forge_of_VulcanI think the legs of the man second from right are just in the shadows.
all of the slaves look surprised and one looks out right startled. would a slave look surprised at any thing his boss might want? also the, the third slaves' legs are unpainted or at least unfinished. interesting anyway