Artist
Francesco Sleter (1685‑1775)
Title
A Representation of the Liberal Arts: Ceiling Design for the State Dining Room at Grimsthorpe Castle
Date c.1724
MediumOil paint on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 613 x 762 mm frame: 755 x 613 x 72 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1982
Reference
T03465
Not on display
Francesco Sleter, 'A Representation of the Liberal Arts: Ceiling Design for the State Dining Room at Grimsthorpe Castle, c.1724
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