Supper at Emmaus, after Rubens, one of a series of 277 drawings commissioned by Brownlow, 9th Earl of Exeter (1725-1793); Christ seated at a table with two men blessing the bread, at left a woman holding a glass, at right a servant holding a plate, beneath him a dog Black chalk


Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
drawing
School
Italian, German
Subject
christ at emmaus
Techniques
drawn

People

Acquired From
Exeter to The British Museum
Depicted
Jesus Christ
Artist
Mosman, Nicolaus
Influenced By
After Rubens, Peter Paul

Time

Acquired In
1789
Made
1744-1787

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