Amphion and Zethus Delivering their Mother Antiope from the Fury of Dirce and Lycus. John Flaxman; English, 1755-1826. Date: 1789. Dimensions: 161 × 292 mm (primary support); 233 × 357 mm (secondary support). Pen and gray ink and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on gray laid paper, laid down on ivory wove paper. Origin: England. Museum: The Chicago Art Institute.
RMRXHJK7Amphion and Zethus Delivering their Mother Antiope from the Fury of Dirce and Lycus. John Flaxman; English, 1755-1826. Date: 1789. Dimensions: 161 × 292 mm (primary support); 233 × 357 mm (secondary support). Pen and gray ink and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on gray laid paper, laid down on ivory wove paper. Origin: England. Museum: The Chicago Art Institute.
Amphion and Zethus Delivering their Mother Antiope from the Fury of Dirce and Lycus - 1789 - John Flaxman English, 1755-1826 - Artist: John Flaxman,
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John Flaxman. Amphion and Zethus Delivering their Mother Antiope from the Fury of Dirce and Lycus. 1789. England. Pen and gray ink and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on gray laid paper, laid down on ivory wove paper A British sculptor and draughtsman who created figural designs for famed ceramicist Josiah Wedgwood, John Flaxman had a taste for the Neoclassical, which led him to Rome in 1787. While in the Eternal City, Flaxman produced this study for a nine-by-five-foot bas-relief using several references from ancient Roman sculpture. The drawing exhibits Flaxman’s signature elegance in fi
RM2AHR654John Flaxman. Amphion and Zethus Delivering their Mother Antiope from the Fury of Dirce and Lycus. 1789. England. Pen and gray ink and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on gray laid paper, laid down on ivory wove paper A British sculptor and draughtsman who created figural designs for famed ceramicist Josiah Wedgwood, John Flaxman had a taste for the Neoclassical, which led him to Rome in 1787. While in the Eternal City, Flaxman produced this study for a nine-by-five-foot bas-relief using several references from ancient Roman sculpture. The drawing exhibits Flaxman’s signature elegance in fi