New York, East
14 October 1999
A VIENNA STYLE BURGUNDY-GROUND CHARGER, 'BRISEIS ABSCHIED.'
Late 19th century, blue beehive mark, various impressed and painted numerals, signed Berger, pinx.
Painted with a scene based on the Iliad with the yielding of Briseis by Achilles during the Trojan War, Patroclus, Nestor and Calchas in attendance, identified below, within a foliate scroll border, mounted within a quatrefoil giltwood frame set with oval and circular medallions
19.3/8in. (49.2cm.) diam., the charger
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