Venus, Mars and Cupid, Painter active in the seventeenth century workshop of Mattheus Terwesten (The Hague, 1670 - 1757)

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Ancient painting depicting Venus, Mars and Cupid, the work of a painter active in the 17th century, from the workshop of Mattheus Terwesten (The Hague, 1670 - 1757). Oil on canvas (66 x 49 cm, framed 77 x 61 cm.). Full details are available at the following link Description: The figures of Venus...
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Ancient painting depicting Venus, Mars and Cupid, the work of a painter active in the 17th century, from the workshop of Mattheus Terwesten (The Hague, 1670 - 1757). Oil on canvas (66 x 49 cm, framed 77 x 61 cm.). Full details are available at the following link Description: The figures of Venus and Mars meet in a wooded setting, in the presence of Cupid, who smiles winking at the observer, and two other curious cupids in the upper part of the canvas. The goddess is represented as a classical Venus, naked, with only a veil lying to cover her pubis and lying on a rock, while at her side, the vigorous young Mars, also naked and covered only by a red cloth,