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Apollo and Attendants Flaying Marsyas


Clemente Maioli ; Clemente Maioli ; Maria Maddalena della Riviera


2nd quarter 17th century

Institution Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Location Not on view.
Apollo and Attendants Flaying Marsyas, Clemente Maioli      ;    Clemente Maioli      ;    Maria Maddalena della Riviera
: A Poussin Tapestry
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Medium: Textiles, Textiles-Tapestry (Do Not Use) | Wool, silk; tapestry weave
Size: 165 x 187 3/4 in. (419.1 x 476.89 cm)
Creation Place: Europe, Italy, Rome
Culture: Europe, Italy
Style: 17th century
Physical Description: From the stroies of Apollo, a set of five illustrating the myths of Apollo, god of the sun and of music; here the satyr Marsyas is being flayed alive; the border, which is treated as though it were a carved picture frame, includes the bee emblem of the Ba
Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Miscellaneous Works of Art Purchase Fund
Accession Number: 57.19
Artist: Clemente Maioli, Italy
Role: Cartoonist
Nationality: Italy
Life Dates: Italy

Artist: Maria della Riviera, Italian, active 1673 - 1675
Role: Weaver
Nationality: Italian
Life Dates: Italian, active 1673 - 1675
Added to Site: February 28, 2009