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Death of Paulus Emilius, at the Battle of Cannae, (painting)

Artist:
Trumbull Colonel
Subject:
Paulus Emilius
Type:
Paintings
Exhibition Catalogs
Date:
1774
Notes:
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 10
Arranged and painted at the age of 18, before the artist had received any instruction. See Rollin's Roman History, book 14th, sec. 2d, page 64, of the 2d London Edition. "Animae, que magnae prodigum Paulum, superante Paerno." Painted at Lebanon, 1774. [P. 31.]
Catalogue of Paintings, by Colonel Trumbull; including Nine Subjects of the American Revolution, with near Two Hundred and Fifty Portraits of persons distinguished in that important period. Painted by him from the life. Now exhibiting, at the Gallery of the American Academy of Fine Arts, Chambers Street. Admittance to the Exhibition, 25 cents. Catalogue, 12 1/2 cents. New York: Nathaniel B. Holmes. 1831. New York: Ludwig & Tolefree, Printers, No. 71 Vesey Street.
Topic:
Portrait male
History--Ancient--Rome
Architecture--Military--Battlefield
State of Being--Evil--War
State of Being--Death
Control number:
AECI 04290010
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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