Wall painting from Room F of the Villa of P. Fannius Synistor at Boscoreale
ca. 50–40 B.C.
H. 60-1/2" (153.7 cm.)
width 37" (94.0 cm.)
Rogers Fund, 1903
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 164
Section of wall and floor with double row of columns; from small room near the summer triclinium.
This decoration is composed exclusively of architectural elements. A colonnade of pilasters is shown in front of a wall that is decorated with a cornice upheld by sirens and with a painted imitation polychrome marble revetment.
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