The Rape of Proserpina; Pluto abducting Proserpina onto his horse-drawn chariot at centre, the nymph Cyane trying to stop him by grabbing Proserpina's clothes behind the chariot, a basket of flowers turned over; Minerva and two naked companions standing at left, two putti in top right holding torches to light the way, two sea-nymphs in the sea in right foreground; first state before artist's name; after Peter Paul Rubens Etching

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Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
Flemish, Dutch
Subject
classical deity, classical mythology
Techniques
etching

Place

In Gallery
D+F Masters Portfolio

Time

Acquired In
1769
Made
1620-1625

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