Giovanni Francesco Romanelli

Hercules and Omphale

Hercules and Omphale
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Author: Giovanni Francesco Romanelli
Painting, Oil on canvas, 100x133 cm
Origin: Italy, Second half of the 1650s
Personage: Heracles, Hercules
Source of entry: Collection of Sir Robert Walpole, Houghton Hall, 1772
School: Rome
Theme: Classical Religion and Mythology

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