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The Death of Cleopatra :: Guido Cagnacci

The Death of Cleopatra by artist Guido Cagnacci - Nu in art and painting
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Guido Cagnacci (19 January 1601 – 1663)

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WuDong   User Rating: 810  April 23, 2015

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User   User Rating: 400  March 24, 2019

An interesting canvas, where the author offers his vision of the moment of death of Cleopatra. It is known that this was happened on her own will, and indeed, the queen is depicted completely calm, without a hint of torment or fear. She looks relaxed and peaceful, completely satisfied with her decision and deed. Cleopatra is sitting on the chair as if she just fell asleep, but remains the full mistress, ruler. Her head is not lowered, but facing up, even after death she remains a queen who does not [Expand]


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