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Museum Plaster Relief

Museum Plaster Relief
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Museum Plaster Relief

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A plaster relief of the “Death of Aigisthos”.  According to the myths, Aigisthos killed Agamemnon whilst being his wife Clytemnestra’s lover, but was killed himself in revenge by Orestes, son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon.

Small bronze medallion to reverse imprinted Kjobenhavn Eneret. Based in Copenhagen, the Danish terracotta factory of P. Ipsens Enke (P. Ipsen's widow) became widely known for its Greek-style vases and historical plaster reliefs and ceramics. Examples are on display at The British Museum.

Late 20th Century. 

H:80 W:60 D:49 CM

H:19 W:30 D:1.2 INCHES