The Greek Lovers

Henry Peters Gray American

Not on view

Gray painted “The Greek Lovers” after a trip to Italy, where, as evidenced by the style and palette of this painting, he was influenced by the art of the Italian Renaissance. This painting was highly regarded in its day, and the subject reflects the nineteenth-century fascination with Greco-Roman antiquity.

The Greek Lovers, Henry Peters Gray (American, New York 1819–1877 New York), Oil on canvas, American

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