Diana Hunting and Proserpina in the Underworld

Enameler Master I. D. C.

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 544

Diana, the Roman goddess of the moon, and her hounds pursue a stag through a nocturnal landscape; Proserpina (Persephone) is shown in the dreaded world below, presided over by her husband, Pluto (Hades).

Diana Hunting and Proserpina in the Underworld, Master I. D. C. (active second half of the 16th century), Painted enamel on copper, partly gilded and silvered; gilt metal, French, Limoges

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