18th Century Pair of Italian Biblical Paintings Esther before Ahasuerus
From Central Italy, a pair of oil on canvas paintings with figures, depicting biblical scenes of Esther and King Ahasuerus, dating back to late 18th century, of Italian School, 1780 circa, in good age related condition, set within painted and silvered antique frames.
According to the Hebrew Bible, Esther was a Jewish Queen of the Persian King Ahasuerus and this painting depicts her kneeling before Ahasuerus to beg him to spare her people.
This works of great impact, is of Italian origin, were hanged in a private palazzo in Milan.
Both canvas of this Italian pair of antique paintings have been relined and restored thirty years ago.
Measures: CANVAS :Height 130 cm, width 90 cm. FRAME SIZE : 145 BY 105 CM- 7 cm depth.
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height: 144,5 (130) cm
width: 104,5 (90) cm
depth: 7 cm