Scagliola and Oil Relief Painting by Lodovico Cupioli


Scagliola and Oil Relief Painting by Lodovico Cupioli - Cupioli


This art panel depicts Livia, wife of Roman Emperors Nero and Augustus, next to a pomegranate tree with the inscription Virtue for Virtue, Thorn by Thorn in Italian. The inscriptions refer to Livia's virtuous, yet problematic, character, as men standing in the way of Augustus' ascent to power often died mysteriously. Painted to commemorate the 2,000th anniversary of Augustus' death.

Product Reference: CUPIRN-015


• Material: Scagliola and Oil on Wood
• Dimensions (in): W 51.57 x D 1.57 x H 70.08
• Dimensions (cm): W 131 x D 4 x H 178
• Handmade In Italy


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Emilia Romagna, Italy

In the 1950s in the town of Rimini, Lodovico Cupioli began crafting his first "scagliola" inlaid works, soon joined by his brother Renzo in the family production of furniture distinguished for its artistic decorativ…

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