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No title. Pan seducing a young woman.  Pan, Greek God of pastures, here recognized for his tail, his flute and his shepherd's staff.  Wall fresco in Ercolano  Hand-colored copper etching by Philipp Morghen after the drawing by Nicolaus Vanni  Published in "Antichita di Ercolano esposte"  Naples, 1757-1792

Mytholoygy, Ancient World, Ercolaneo, Pan

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No title. Pan seducing a young woman.

Pan, Greek God of pastures, here recognized for his tail, his flute and his shepherd's staff.

Wall fresco in Ercolano

Hand-colored copper etching by Philipp Morghen after the drawing by Nicolaus Vanni

Published in "Antichita di Ercolano esposte"

Naples, 1757-1792

Very good condition. Little pleat across woman's dress. Wide margins

Image: 32 x 22,5 cm (ca. 12.6 x 8.9")

 


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