Artemisia Prepares to Drink the Ashes of her Husband, Mausolus Artist, attributed to: Francesco Furini (Italian, 1603–1646)
Artist, attributed to: Felice Ficherelli (Italian, 1605–ca. 1669)

ca. 1630

European Art

Not on view

Medium

Oil on canvas

Dimensions

unframed: 79.4 × 66.7 cm (31 1/4 × 26 1/4 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Walter L. Ehrich, Ph. B. 1899, and Harold L. Ehrich, B.A. 1902, in memory of their father, Louis R. Ehrich, B.A. 1869

Accession Number

1952.24.1

Period

17th century

Classification
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Provenance

Provenance

Henry F. Price Collection, Riverside, Connecticut, by 1941 (as unknown artist, "Portrait of a Young Woman as Circe"); William Morris Tilden Collection, Saranac Lake, New York, by 1952 (as Italian, 17th century, "Sophonisba Taking Poison").
Bibliography

  • Clarice Innocenti, Women in power: Caterina and Maria de' Medici: the return to Florence of two queens of France, exh. cat. (Florence, Italy: Mandragora Publishing, 2008), 174, no. 37, ill.
  • Clay M. Dean, A Selection of Early Italian Paintings from the Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2003), (not published).
  • Sandro Bellesi, Cesare Dandini (Torino, Italy: Compagnia di belle arti, 1996), 192–193, no. 16, fig. 16.
  • Giuseppe Cantelli, Repertorio della pittura fiorentina del Seicento (Fiesole, Italy: OpusLibri, 1983), 53.
  • Burton B. Fredericksen and Federico Zeri, Census of Pre-Nineteenth-Century Italian Paintings in North American Public Collections (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1972), 601.

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Subject

ashes husband

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