Painting by Italian artist Sebastian Ricci “Bacchae and Satires”. The size of the painting is 104 x 143 cm, oil on canvas. The painting was supposedly painted by a painter in Venice. Throughout his creative life, Ricci created many paintings based on mythological scenes.
In addition to goddesses and gods, in his paintings in a fair number there are nymphs, satires, silences, bacchantes, putti and many other characters of Greek and Roman mythology. The painting, in which the artist Sebastiano Ricci depicted a nude charming bacchante and muscular helpful satyrs, is considered one of the best works of the painter of mythological themes.