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Apollo slaying Coronis

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DOMENICHINO and assistants , 1581 - 1641

Apollo slaying Coronis

Date: 1616-18
Medium: Fresco, transferred to canvas and mounted on board
Dimensions: 199.4 x 89.5 cm
Acquisition credit: Bought, 1958

Coronis, loved by Apollo, was unfaithful to the god. Apollo's bird, the raven, revealed her infidelity to him and Apollo thereupon slew her. (Ovid, 'Metamorphoses' 2:600 ff).

The lower half of this composition is of much higher quality in execution.






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This image is part of the group:

"Villa Aldobrandini Frescoes"

Other images in group:

Apollo slaying Coronis
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Apollo pursuing Daphne
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