Not at Home by Laurence Alma-Tadema

Not at Home by Laurence Alma Tadema

Before us is another intriguing picture of the love theme from the incomparable Alma-Tadema – no doubt – the king of ancient Romanticism.

On this playful canvas, we see lovers seeking solitude and overhearing a young girl hiding in the depths of an unimaginably luxurious antique chair. Marble walls and the inscription on the floor do not leave us in doubt that this is an ancient Rome in the heyday of the empire.

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