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Zeus with Attendants

Photo credit: National Trust Images

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A scene depicts Zeus seated on a simple plinth in the centre of the panel, his body facing left, his head facing right. He holds a staff in his right hand, a drape covers his legs. To either side stands an attendant, a clothed female on the left facing right with a staff in her left hand, a predominantly naked, possibly female, figure on the right, facing left. Lack of detail for the figures suggest this could be a maquette for an eighteenth-century or nineteenth-century relief or a cast from a badly weathered classical relief.

National Trust, Knole





plaster & paint


H 59 x W (?) x D (?) cm

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possibly acquired by John Frederick Sackville, 3rd Duke of Dorset

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National Trust, Knole

Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 0RP England

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