Education of the Infant Bacchus

Niccolò Amastini

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 554

Freely adapting antique compositions, Niccolò Amastini described with elegant linearity the contours of the baby god and his wild attendants under a vine-wrapped tree.

Education of the Infant Bacchus, Niccolò Amastini (born Rome 1780–1851), Onyx, gold frame, Italian, Rome

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