Salome And The Beheading Of John The Baptist, Florentine School From The Beginning Of The 17th Century. flag


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"Salome And The Beheading Of John The Baptist, Florentine School From The Beginning Of The 17th Century."
Oil on canvas (1m25 x 1m50) and its gilded wooden frame, and painted from the 18th century (1m45 x 1m68). Sold with a certificate of authenticity. Possibility of payment facilities. This episode from the New Testament is the subject of abundant Christian iconography. There are two sources about John's death: Book XVIII of Jewish Antiquities by Flavius Josephus and the Gospels. In the New Testament, a “daughter of Herodias” (usually identified by Christian tradition as Salome) is the protagonist of an episode from the gospels according to Matthew and Mark: the daughter of Herodias dances before Herod Antipas who is her step-in-law. father (maybe his father). Charmed, he grants her what she wants. On the advice of her mother, she then asked for the head of John the Baptist, which Herod Antipas had brought on a platter.
Price: 7 500 €
Artist: Anonyme Florentin
Period: 17th century
Style: Louis 14th, Regency
Condition: Good condition

Material: Oil painting
Width: 1m68
Height: 1m45

Reference: 1303112
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Salome And The Beheading Of John The Baptist, Florentine School From The Beginning Of The 17th Century.
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