The Sacrifice of Polyxena
The Sacrifice of Polyxena is the title of several paintings by the Italian artist Giambattista Pittoni showing the Greeks sacrificing king Priam's daughter Polyxena on the tomb of Achilles, her lover, who had died at the hands of Priam's son Paris.
|c.1733-1735||Vertical||Getty Museum, Los Angeles|
|Unknown||Vertical||Walters Art Museum||Same composition as Hermitage and Getty versions but with the architectural background flipped left to right|
|1733-1735||Horizontal||Louvre||Intended as a pendant to the same artist's The Continence of Scipio for the Palazzo Taverna in Rome, Louvre|