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The Discovery of the Infant Erichthonius; Auglarus, one of Cecrop's daughters, seated outside a classical building with a putto, lifts the lid of a basket at her feet and discovers the infant with legs ending in serpent's tails, her sister Pandrosus seated at a fountain (decorated with a five-breasted Artemis carrying two dolphins) at left with a small dog and jug at her feet, Herse standing in front of a tree at right and supporting an old serving woman, a second putto trumpeting in top right, a courtyard in right background; first state with address of Soutman; after Peter Paul Rubens
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Height: 349 millimetres (trimmed)
Width: 485 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- After the painting by Rubens in the Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna, inv.no.GE111 (Rooses 606).
For a related drawing see SL,5237.78.
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