Venus receiving Presents from Ceres, contained in a Cornucopia borne by Satyrs, (painting)
Rubens (attributed to)
Unknown (copy after)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 58
Judged by many to be by Rubens, as the Venus is recognized as a favorite portrait with him. The three females also resemble his three wives. By others supposed to be a copy of Titian, though the style is undoubtedly that of Rubens. [P. 16 (L).] It is a Rubens without question, and must be an original or fine copy. [P. 16 (S); a note by a contemporary hand reads: "See Kugler."]
Catalogue of the Bowdoin Collection of Paintings, Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1870.