Framed ink drawing of Agrippina the Elder, mother of the Roman Emperor Caligula. The drawing is based off a bust of the Patrician lady excavated at Pergamon. Agrippina lived a tragic life, seemingly devoted to keeping alive the memory of her late husband, Germanicus. The proud woman aroused the hatred of Sejanus to whom Tiberius had left the care of Rome. He eventually had Agrippina exiled to the island of Pandateria where she died in AD 33. Some sources say that she was starved to death to make it seem like a suicide.
Ink on cream illustration board. A4 sized frame.
$100, international shipping included.
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