Front and reverse image of A Sibyl by Domenichino, printed as a greetings card.
a reproduction of the painting, A Sibyl by Domenichino, as a greetings card
Reverse view of the greetings card, A Sibyl by Domenichino
Front and reverse image of A Sibyl by Domenichino, printed as a greetings card.
a reproduction of the painting, A Sibyl by Domenichino, as a greetings card
Reverse view of the greetings card, A Sibyl by Domenichino

A Sibyl Greetings Card

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Sibyls were women whom the ancient Greeks considered to be oracles, or 'prophetesses who uttered divine revelations in frenzied states'. For many italian painters during the Baroque period, Sibyls were a popular subject to paint as it allowed them to dress their models in exotic, flamboyant garments such as this work by Bolognese artist Domenichino.

  • Blank inside
  • Dimensions: H14cm x W14cm
  • Printed in the UK
  • Wallace Collection Exclusive
  • Painting Details: A Sibyl, Domenichino (1581-1641) Italy, early 1620s

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