Lovely art nouveau picture and wooden frame, probably German, after an original painting by Anselm Feuerbach 1871. In mythology, Iphigenie was the daughter of Agamemnon. He agreed to sacrifice her to the gods in order to ensure the safe passage of the Greek fleet to Troy.
It has copper plaque detailing to top and bottom. There is a design of a bird in flight to top panel and IPHIGENIE on bottom panel. To centre is an old print of a women dressed in robes looking out to sea.
Condition is good
Approximately 47 inches (120cm) high and 36.5 inches (93cm) wide.