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This painting was formerly attributed to Antonio Verrio. Before the siege of Troy, Vulcan made impenetrable armour for Achilles. This painting and another, 'The Judgement of Paris', are large fragments salvaged from the ceiling and wall decoration of the hallway of no.15 Queen Square, Bristol. The property, originally owned by a middle class merchant, was probably constructed in the second decade of the eighteenth century and was demolished in 1912.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol


Date

c.1710–1720

Medium

oil on plaster

Measurements

H 246.3 x W 208.2 cm

Accession number

K2672

Acquisition method

gift from Messrs Grace Brothers, 1907

Work type

Painting


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