- Museum number
Object: L'Enlèvement des Sabines
Series: Galerie du Palais Royal
The Rape of the Sabines, after Giulio Romano; at left, Romulus sits on a throne instructing attendants to sacrifice a bull, while a throng of people look on; at right, soldiers carry off the Sabine women. c.1808
Etching and engraving
- Production date
- 1808 (c.)
Height: 413 millimetres (plate (total))
Width: 271 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- From 'Galerie du Palais royal', see 1837,0408.317 for comment on series.
This print records three paintings, two of which (this print and the Peace of between the Romans and the Sabines) are now in the collection of the National Gallery in London (Inv. NG644.1 and NG644.2).
It is printed on the same sheet as 1855,0609.289 and 290 (each frieze, although printed from a single plate and on the same sheet, has been given its own register number).
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: Rape of the Sabine Women
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number