(Scene from Don Quixote) (Q20501086)

Label from: English (en)

artist: John Ritto Penniman (Q3488972)
collection: Smithsonian American Art Museum (Q1192305)
location: Smithsonian American Art Museum (Q1192305)
country of origin: United States of America (Q30)
depicts: Alonso Quijano (Q944201) woman (Q467) body of water (Q15324) cave (Q35509)
instance of: painting (Q3305213)
Smithsonian American Art Museum ID: 19533

catalog URL: https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/scene-don-quixote-19533

information from the Smithsonian American Art Museum catalog

description: This painting shows a scene from the seventeenth-century novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. Inspired by stories of chivalry, Don Quixote traveled “through the world in search of adventures.” He met a young girl who had run away from home disguised in boy’s clothing. Here, she has just been discovered by three of Quixote’s companions, who stare in confusion, aroused by “his” beautiful long legs that appear to be made of “pure alabaster.”
keywords Landscape – forest Landscape – water Literature – Cervantes – Don Quixote Figure group

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