Main house

Central Hall

Central Hall

Iphigenia’s Sacrifice is illustrated in three-dimensional vision: at the centre the priest Calcante is about to kill the young Iphigenia. All the onlookers lift their [&hellip

Iliad’s Room by Homer

Iliad’s Room by Homer

Briseis, Achille’s slave, is taken away forcedly from her tent to be introduced to her new owner: the king Agamemnon, who is waiting for her [&hellip

Furious Orland’s Room by L. Ariosto

Furious Orland’s Room by L. Ariosto

Angelica, princess of Cathay, is tied at a cliff by pirates, to be devoured by a see monster; the knight Ruggero, on horseback of a [&hellip

Eneid’s Room by Virgil

Eneid’s Room by Virgil

Venus, goddess of love, appears to her son Enea and his companion Acate, disembarked, after a storm on the African coasts and immediately moves away [&hellip