Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista: The Triumph of Marius. Roman Historical Fine Art Canvas. Sizes: A3/A2/A1 (00220)
High quality canvas available in sizes: A3, A2 or A1
A superior canvas, gallery wrapped using 18mm canvas stretchers for a stunning finish. Arrives ready to hang.
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The subject of this triumphal procession is identified by a Latin inscription at the top of the canvas from the Roman historian Lucius Anneus Florus (Epitome of Roman History, 36:17): "The Roman people behold Jugurtha laden with chains." The African king Jugurtha is shown descending a hill before his captor, the Roman general Gaius Marius. A youth beats a tambourine while other figures carry booty, including a bust of the mother goddess Cybele. The thirty-year-old Tiepolo included his portrait among the figures at the left. The procession was held on January 1, 104 B.C.
A3 = 305mm x 406mm or 12 x 16 inches.
A2 = 406mm x 508mm or 16 x 20 inches.
A1 = 508mm x 762mm or 20 x 30 inches.
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