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Museum Europäischer Kulturen [D (33 R 4234) 18/1995]

The last interview of Hector and Andromaque.

http://www.smb-digital.de/eMuseumPlus?service=ImageAsset&module=collection&objectId=501122&resolution=superImageResolution#4997064 (Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Fotograf unbekannt (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Hochformat. Gerahmtes Bild in braunem Holzrahmen mit doppelter Riefe, Eckem jeweils mit runden Messingblechen verziert. Rahmenabschluss nach innen mit Messingblechfries verziert. Hector in ovalem Mittelschild mit zwei Frauen.
Sign. Angelica Kauffmann (1741 - 1807) p. Schiavonetti sc.

Material/Technique

Farbstich, Glas, Holz, Metallblech

Measurements

Höhe x Breite: 44 x 34 cm (Rahmenmaß 51,5 x 41 x 2,5)

Created ...
... Who: Zur Personenseite: W. Lickinson
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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807)
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Printing plate produced ...
... Who: Zur Personenseite: Schiavonetti, Luigi
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Object from: Museum Europäischer Kulturen

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