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- Object: Bacchus's and Cupid's Vintage
Bacchus and Cupid standing arm in arm in a basin of grapes carved with bacchanalian reliefs, Cupid gesturing to right at a child who approaches carrying a basket of grapes, pressing them, while the juice runs out of carved leopard heads into basins, with Cupid's bow and quiver and amphora to left, a lion drinking and another lying on the grass, women picking fruit in the background to left, a flock of goats and cows walking to right, other men and animals in a grove behind to right; after Rehberg. 1815
Stipple and etching on chine collé
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Height: 332 millimetres
Width: 377 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See 1872,1012.4728 for comment.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- One of three listed prints given by Rehberg on 11 February 1815 and recorded in the 'Book of Donations 1756-1823'.
Annotated on verso in pencil, probably by Ottley, 'From Vol. Modern English and Capital French. Nov.25 1833'
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