Goltzius (after) - Metamorphoses
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Jupiter and the Other Gods Asking Helios to Resume Control of the Chariotca. 1590
177 x 252 mm (7 x 9.9 in.)
After Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch, (1558–1617)
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- plate Dimensions: 177 x 252 mm (7 x 9.9 in.)
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Anonymous, Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch, (1558–1617) . Jupiter and the Other Gods Asking Helios to Resume Control of the Chariot, ca. 1590. From Metamorphoses (illustrations for the work by Ovid). Engraving on laid paper. Undescribed first state. plate : 177 x 252 mm (7 x 9.9 in.). DAC accession number 19188.8.131.52. Purchase funds, 1968. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Johnston) .
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