Bathsheba at her Bath, great 17th century painting

Antique Italian painting from the 17th century. Artwork oil on canvas depicting a biblical subject, Bathsheba at her Bath. The sacred scriptures narrate that one day King David, walking on the terrace of his palace, sees Bathsheba and falls in love with her. She is the wife of Uriah, a soldier engaged in war, and David will make him fight in the front row. Uriah will die in battle and the King will be able to take the woman as his wife. Large size and impact painting adorned with a carved and gilded wooden frame not coeval. Artwork that depicts Bathsheba in the foreground accompanied by two maids on the right. King David is painted on the balcony on the left in order to observe the young woman (see photo). Landscape in the background with excellent quality architecture (see photo). Painting that has undergone an intense conservative restoration, relining, replacement of the frame and color recovery in various points. Fabulous decor painting ideal to be placed in a living room, study or large bedroom. Painting for antique dealers, interior decorators and collectors of biblical scenes in good state of conservation with signs of restoration. Sight size H 119 x W 171 cm.

Sizes: H 148 x L 199 x P 7 cm

Technique: Oil on canvas

Age: 17th century

Cod: 10321




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