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- Series: A collection of thirty-nine facsimiles of rare etchings
Plate 17: landscape with the centaur Cheiron, bearing the infant Asclepius, encountering his daughter Ocyroe; at the sight of the child Ocyroe burst forth into a prophetic strain, for she was a prophetess, foretelling the glory that he was to achieve; a copy after Mieris. 1828
Etching, printed on chine collé
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Height: 174 millimetres
Width: 220 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For the series, see 1880,0807.69. The description is from Hollstein. The catalogue to the series identifies the scene as the time Thetis placing the infant Achilles to Chiron.
For the original print by Mieris, see S.5156-7.
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