Goltzius (after) - Metamorphoses
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Phaeton’s Sisters Changed into Poplars, and Cygnus into a Swanca. 1590
178 x 254 mm (7 x 10 in.)
After Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch, (1558–1617)
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- plate Dimensions: 178 x 254 mm (7 x 10 in.)
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Anonymous, Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch, (1558–1617) . Phaeton’s Sisters Changed into Poplars, and Cygnus into a Swan, ca. 1590. From Metamorphoses (illustrations for the work by Ovid). Engraving on laid paper. Undescribed first state. plate : 178 x 254 mm (7 x 10 in.). DAC accession number 1922.214.171.124. Purchase funds, 1968. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Johnston) .
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