About this artwork
Johannes Brahms’s cantata recounts Rinaldo’s temptation by the sorceress Armida, who holds him under her spell. In Henri Fantin-Latour’s visual interpretation, Rinaldo leaves Armida to rejoin his troops while sea nymphs frolic in the water to the right.
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- Prints and Drawings
- Henri Fantin-Latour
- Lithograph in black on off-white China paper laid down on ivory wove paper
- Signed "A Duranty/ h. Fantin," in pencil, l.r. in margin.
- 411 × 501 mm (image); 541 × 668 mm (sheet)
- The Charles Deering Collection