Composition by Marino Vasallo Offered For Sale @ $1500
William Bouguereau ‘s ” Bacchante 1889″ A Bacchante in Roman mythology is a female follower of Bacchus, god of wine and intoxication. In Greek mythology, they are called Maenads. Bacchantes are depicted as mad or wild women, running through the forest, tearing animals to pieces, and engaging in other acts of frenzied intoxication, does this sound like something from a HBO TV Show to you ? Painted several times in different forms by William Bouguereau this is the much more pleasing 1889 version, renderd magnificently here by the Italian master of William Bouguereau reproduction Marino Vasallo.
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