Courtesy of Holkham Hall | Licence: All Rights Reserved
Courtesy of Holkham Hall | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Jupiter sitting to left, in red drapery, his left arm outstretched

Collective Title

Two Albums of Drawings after the Antique by Francesco Bartoli. Bound in gilt-tooled, full tan Morocoo, bound in c. 1830 by F&T. Aiken. Both volumes: 59.3 x 44.5cm.


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Beside him, an eagle, and behind him stands a female figure with blue chiton and yellow cloak. On a pedestal in the centre is a vase. On the right stands a female fugure with wand in her left hand and a chaplet of laurel in her right. She wears a yellow dress and a green cloak.
Volume 1; Folio No. 24

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From the Watercolour World


Rome, Italy



Tww Comment

From an album in which Bartoli records classical motifs, many of which copied from frescoes in identified buildings in Rome.