One of the preliminary studies for the "Iliad", two subjects; Andromache fainting on the wall in the arms of her women at beholding the body of Hector dragged by the chariot of Achilles (Plate 30, "Iliad", XXII, 466) and Scamander, choked with dead, attacking Achilles (Plate 29, "Iliad", XXI, 325), with pencil studies for the former subject, and for the fight over Patroclus' body (Plate 22, "Iliad", XVII, 276). 1793 Pen and grey ink, over graphite
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