Paul-Joseph Delcloche (1716-1755), Death of Virginia

Paul-Joseph Delcloche (1716-1755), Death of Virginia
83/130 cm.
Signed Delcloche inventit et pinxit
Bernaerts november 2007 nr. 213

Verginia, or Virginia (ca. 465 BC–449 BC), was the subject of a story of ancient Rome, related in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita.

Verginius grabbed a knife and, at the Shrine of Venus Cloacina, he stabbed Verginia, the only way he felt he could uphold her freedom

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