Jean-Jacques Lagrenee

Helen Recognising Telemachus, Son of Odysseus

Helen Recognising Telemachus, Son of Odysseus
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Author: Jean-Jacques Lagrenee
Painting, Oil on panel, 48x64 cm
Origin: France, 1795
Personage: Telemachus
Style: Neo-Classicism
Source of entry: Yusupov Palace Museum, Leningrad, 1925
Theme: Classical Religion and Mythology
Exibition: French Art: 19th - 20th centuries

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Jean-Jacques Lagrenée - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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LAGRENÉE, Jean-Jacques - Web Gallery of Art
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