Pietro Testa The Sacrifice Of Iphigenia Circa 1640 Eau-forte XVII Rare Engraving flag


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"Pietro Testa The Sacrifice Of Iphigenia Circa 1640 Eau-forte XVII Rare Engraving"
Pietro Testa (1612-1650), circa 1640 The Sacrifice of Iphigenia. Iphigenia was the daughter of King Agamemnon (Mycenae) and Queen Clytemnestra. Agamemnon offends the goddess Artemis by accidentally killing one of her sacred deer. He must sacrifice his daughter so that his army can pass safely to sea during the Trojan War. On the left Diane and the stag with which she replaced Iphigénie at the last minute. On the right Achilles and a group of terrified spectators. On the left Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. Very rare unexamined etching out of its (modern) frame Very nice impression Redness, folds, stains and small gaps but quite fresh and presentable. Original etching made by the master himself Pietro Testa (1612-1650) circa 1640 Typical style with the flowing lines of the engraving, like an ink drawing. 51.5 cm x 42.5 cm with frame Shipping to France 20 euros
Price : 540 €
Artist : Pietro Testa
Period:17th century
Style:Renaissance, Louis 13th
Condition : En l'état

Material : Papier

Reference : 838820
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