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Socrates' Last Interview with his Friends, designed and painted by Charles Fraser in 1801, (painting)

Artist:
Fraser, Charles
Subject:
Socrates
Type:
Paintings
Exhibition Catalogs
Date:
1801
Notes:
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 67
Socrates refused to make his escape out of his prison. "Where," said he to Crito, who had bribed the gaoler and made his escape certain, "Where shall I fly to avoid the irrevocable doom passed on all mankind*" [P. 27.]
Catalogue of Miniature Portraits, Landscapes, and other Pieces, executed by Charles Fraser, Esq. and exhibited in "The Fraser Gallery," at Charleston, during the months of February and March, 1857. Accompanied by occasional annotations, and a compendious Sketch of the Life and Career of the Artist. Charleston, S.C. James and Williams, Printers, 16 State-Street. 1857.
Artist address: Charleston.
Topic:
History--Ancient--Greece
History--Arts & Sciences--Philosophy
Portrait male
Occupation--Education--Philosopher
State of Being--Evil--Imprisonment
Figure(s) In Interior--Civic
Control number:
AECI 03650380
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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