Satyrs Spying on Nymphs, Cornelis van Poelenburch, after 1627

Satyrs Spying on Nymphs, Cornelis van Poelenburch, after 1627

oil on copper, h 37.5cm × w 46cm. More details

Startled by the sudden appearance of the satyrs at the left, the nude nymphs flee towards the old maidservant, who is minding their clothes, at the right. The bow and the quiver indicate that these nymphs are from the retinue of Diana, goddess of the hunt.

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