Late 19th Century Watercolour - Circe And The Libation
DescriptionA fine classical depiction of the nymph, Circe, holding her libation cup. Circe was known as a sorceress who turned the crew of the Iliad into pigs with a potion. The watercolour is unsigned and presented in a fine ebonized frame with gilt lozenge molding and Verre églomisé glazing. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. The frame has some light surface tarnishing, but is in otherwise fine condition.
27 x 21.4cm (10.6" x 8.4")Framed Size: 51.3 x 41.1cm (20.2" x 16.2")
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||27 x 21.4cm|
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