A Bacchanalian Revel before a Term
by National Gallery

£20.00


1600s

Arcadian revellers drink and dance before a term - a pillar crowned with a torso and head - of an ancient god, here either Pan or Priapus, both associated with fertility, rustic dance and drunkenness.In spite of the frantic activity of the dancing figures


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