Lieven Mehus after Polidoro da Caravaggio

Camillus en Brennus weighing the indemnity of the Romans during the siege by the Gauls in ca. 390 B.C.
Paris, art dealer Nicolas Schwed
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double sided drawing

in verso: Numa Pompilius en Lycurgus brengen de wetgeving aan het Romeinse volk (afb. in catalogus 2011)
paper, black chalk, pen in brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white body color
rectangle (portrait format) 307 x 223 mm
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1650 - 1661
vermoedelijk ontstaan tijdens een van Polidoro's bezoeken aan Rome in 1650, 1655 en 1662 (cat. 2011)
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Entered on: 2011-08-22; Last modification: 2017-08-30


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