Born and trained in the Netherlands, Alma-Tadema settled in London in 1870. His small, highly polished recreations of classical Rome were popular with well-to-do middle class collectors. All are signed and numbered in Roman numerals, this being opus CXXIX (199).
Where to see this painting?
National Museum Wales, National Museum Cardiff
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