"Table Joseph's Tunic, XVIIth Century. (130cm X 80cm)."Oil on canvas on a theme of the Old Testament, namely the tunic of Joseph. His brothers sold him to Egyptian traders, jealous of powerful dreams and dreams he could make and explain. They thus show their father Jacob the tunic of his favorite son, Joseph, with blood on it. The brothers explain to their father that Joseph was killed by wolves. The truth is that they had previously stained the tunic with the blood of a lamb. This passage also represents the sadness and distress of Jacob. Neapolitan school of the seventeenth century, follower of Luca Giordano This painting is in good condition. Dimensions: 130cm x 80cm.