Antique Italian painting Cymon and Iphigenia from 18th century

Antique Italian painting from the second half of the 18th century. Venetian oil painting on canvas depicting Cymon and Iphigenia: the story of the two characters is narrated in the Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio. The young Cymon was rough, although belonging to a noble family from Cyprus. Falling in love with Iphigenia, who he saw sleeping for the first time near a fountain, he began to transform his soul to become a refined and well-mannered nobleman. Framework that underwent a conservative restoration and has been backed again during the 20th century. Modern carved and gilded wooden frame with some signs of aging. Painting belonging to a pair (see photo and request the bulk price, if available). Framework of great charm and pleasantness, overall in good state of conservation. Sight size H 79.5 x W 62.5 cm.

Sizes: H 90 x L 73 x P 4 cm

Technique: Oil on canvas

Age: 18th century

Cod: 8935




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