Aeolus, at the request of Juno, opens a door in a mountainside, releasing the winds that will wreck the fleet of Aeneas; representing the element air. Engraving by C. Dupuis, 1718, after Louis de Boullogne the younger.
- Boulogne, Louis, 1654-1733
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Aeneid I, vv. 71-73. Juno is in the sky with her chariot drawn by peacocks and surrounded by nymphs and putti. The Trojan fleet is shown in the right background
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