Penelope at her loom, Philippus Velijn, 1821 Canvas Print

Penelope at her loom, Philippus Velijn, 1821 Canvas Print

Several men ask Penelope for her hand because her husband Odysseus is said to have died. Penelope points to the loom in front of her, to clarify that they will not choose a new husband until she has completed the shroud for her father-in-law Laërtes. Behind her hangs a pair of scissors that refers to the moment she destroys her weaving again at night. Above the image an angel surrounded by a halo with a laurel wreath and a torch. At the bottom a rose and lily branch.

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