'Death of Seneca' after Luca Giordano's painting formerly in the Palazzo Marcellino Durazzo, Genoa, one of 71 drawings made for the Abbé de Saint-Non in 1761 on a journey from Naples to France; Seneca, naked apart from a loincloth, is sitting at left with his feet in a warm basin, his veins cut. 1761 Black chalk

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