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Poussin - The Triumph of Silenus - 5" x 7" Notecard

Notecard featuring Nicolas Poussin's Painting The Triumph of Silenus.

Nicolas Poussin was the most influential French painter of the 17th century and an artist fascinated by dance. Portraying dancing nymphs and satyrs he drew inspiration from ancient Greek and Roman sculpture but evolved a style all his own. This style would make Poussin the model for three centuries of artists in the French classical tradition, from Jacques-Louis David and Edgar Degas to Paul Cézanne and Pablo Picasso.

- Dimensions: 5 inches x 7 inches
- Materials: Paper
- Includes blank envelope
- Made in USA
- Item #: NCP2

Nicolas Poussin (French, 1594–1665),
The Triumph of Silenus, about 1637
Oil on canvas, 142.9 x 120.5 cm (56 1/4 x 47 7/16 inches.)
The National Gallery, London. Bought, 1824.
Image © The National Gallery, London.
Notecard © 2022 J. Paul Getty Trust.