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File:Artemisia Prepares to Drink the Ashes of her Husband, Mausolus.jpg


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Title Artemisia Prepares to Drink the Ashes of her Husband, Mausolus.
Date circa 1630
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 79.4 cm (31.3 in). Width: 66.7 cm (26.3 in).
Accession number 1952.24.1
Object history 1952 (?): ceded to Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, by Walter L. Ehrich & Harold L. Ehrich
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