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Very old print framed in Minneapolis. It looks like eary 1900's but I can't be sure. The frame has a great shabby vintage wear to it. The picture in in very nice antique condition. Frame is 9 3/4" x 12" and the picture is 7" x 9. The brown paper backing is torn please see picture.

Beatrice Cenci was a young Roman noblewoman who lived from 1577 to 1599. She was a victim of the incestuous advances of her father and so she hired two hit men to kill her father and then make it look like an accident. Even though she was caught and executed for the crime, along with other family members, the sympathies of the public were with Beatrice. She became legendary as a symbol of the lost innocence of victimized daughters, and she has inspired many works of art, books, plays and even a few movies that attempt to capture her story. One author, Percy Bysshe Shelley, who wrote a play about the tragedy called, "The Cenci," said Beatrice's story is about "the most dark and secret caverns of the human heart." - (Alan Shaw)

Antique Beatrice Cenci Framed Art Print Frame 12" x 9 3/4" Shabby Minneapolis Art Framing


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: wood, art, print
  • Only ships within United States.
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