Hanging Showing Euthenia in a Garden

Roman Period

Not on view

This rare painting of tempera on linen shows the Greek personification of abundance, Euthenia. The goddess, consort of the Nile god, rests on a sphinx and holds a bowl in her hand; above and to the sides are birds in fliight or at rest.

Hanging Showing Euthenia in a Garden, Linen, tempera paint

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