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Pauwels Casteels (Flemish, 1649-1677)
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Pauwels Casteels (Flemish, 1649-1677)

The Triumph of Bacchus

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Pauwels Casteels (Flemish, 1649-1677)
The Triumph of Bacchus
oil on canvas
78 x 65 in. (198.1 x 165.1 cm.)
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Lot Essay

Pauwels Casteels was active in Antwerp in the third quarter of the 17th century. Best known for his depictions of battles, he also produced large-scale mythological and allegorical scenes, many of Bacchanalia.

We are grateful to Dr. Bert Schepers for proposing the attribution to Casteels on the basis of a photograph.
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