Achilles at the Court of Lycomedes discovers himself by choosing a sword, (painting)
Teniers (attributed to)
Rubens (attributed to)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 65
Supposed to be by Teniers. Attributed by Stuart to Rubens. [P. 17 (L).] On the back is written, Pattides--Teniers--de Ruvens--Voyez--Tom. 2, P. 1. David Teniers, the younger, 1610-1694. Flemish School, friend of Rubens, and partook strongly of his influence. Famous as a genre-painter. Had many imitators, however, some of whom did not hesitate to forge his name to their pictures. [Pp. 17-18; full entry reads: "Achilles at the Court of Lycomedes discovers himself by choosing a sword from among the trinkets brought by Ulysses in the guise of a peddler."]
Catalogue of the Bowdoin Collection of Paintings, Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1870.