GORGON'S HEAD POSTCARD: Early 20th Century Ephemera Ruben's & FR Snyders
GORGON'S HEAD POSTCARD
Early 20th Century Ephemera
Ruben's & FR Snyders
3.6" x 5 1/2"
The famous Flemish artist, Peter Paul Rubens, painted the original iconic masterpiece, Medusa between 1617 and 1618. The actual date is unknown. The painting depicts a brutal image of Medusa's head, that has been severed from her body.
The entire painting is taken up wither head, no other parsons can be seen. Today, the painting is housed in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, that is located in Vienna. A replica painting is also housed in Brno, within the prestigious Moravian Gallery.
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