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1839-527, ULYSSES HOLDING IN HIS HANDS THE MOLY AND HIS SWORD, AND ACCOMPANIED BY EURYLOCHUS, WHO IS IN A FLOWING MANTLE, BEHIND HIM, DEMANDING OF CIRCE, WHO IS SEATED, HALF DRAPED, ON A ROCK, THE RELEASE OF HIS COMPANIONS, WHO ARE SEEN IN THEIR METAMORPHOSED STATE BESIDE THE ROCK

  • Reference Number: 1839-527
  • Description: ULYSSES HOLDING IN HIS HANDS THE MOLY AND HIS SWORD, AND ACCOMPANIED BY EURYLOCHUS, WHO IS IN A FLOWING MANTLE, BEHIND HIM, DEMANDING OF CIRCE, WHO IS SEATED, HALF DRAPED, ON A ROCK, THE RELEASE OF HIS COMPANIONS, WHO ARE SEEN IN THEIR METAMORPHOSED STATE BESIDE THE ROCK
  • Inscription Greek: ΑΠΟΛΛΟΝΙΔΕΣ ΕΠΟΙΕΙ
  • Signature: Apollonides
  • Literary Source Record: Homer, Odyss.
  • Current Collection: Private Collection
  • Previous Collections:
    • Calandrelli drawing, Antikensammlung Berlin: A.IV.9
    • Catalogue des pierres graves antiques de S.A. le Prince Stanislas Poniatowski ([1830?]-1833): VI.44
    • Daktyliothek Poniatowski 1832, Antikensammlung Berlin: 260
    • Christie's, London: 1839-527
    • Platz-Horster,G.: L'antica maniera. Zeichnungen und Gemmen des Giovanni Calandrelli in der Antikensammlung Berlin (2005): P.81
    • Christie's, London: 15 July 1886
    • Breadalbane, (Marquess): set in the Breadalbane Vase/Candelabrum 1862
    • London, Cameo Corner (E. Good - later Moshe Oved)
    • Sotheby's, New York: April 19th, 2001; lot 176 (not sold)
    • A. Pash and Sons of Mayfair, London, Market
  • Material: Jacinth
  • Comments: GUARNACCINO
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