Broad-rimmed bowl or plate of earthenware covered front and back with presumed tin glaze; painted on the front with a landscape, Latona to the right, with two children (Apollo and Diana?); one with a halo of rays; on the left, three men in the water; scene illustrating the story from Ovid of Latona and her children turning the Lycians into frogs; edge painted yellow outside a black line.

An00020372 001 l

Thing

Made Of
earthenware
Type of Thing
bowl, plate
Subject
child, classical deity, myth/legend
Techniques
tin-glazed
Ware
Maiolica

People

Acquired From
Webb, John to The British Museum
About the Works Of
Ovid
Depicted
Leto/Latona
Depicted
Artemis/Diana, Apollo, Lycian
In Inscription
Leto/Latona

Place

Made In
Urbino

Time

Acquired In
1855
Made
1540-1560

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