Claude Lorrain
The Embarcation of St. Paula

After 1642
Oil on canvas, 154 x 199 in. (390 x 505 cm.)
Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

The title notwithstanding, it is both Paula and her daughter Eustochium who are embarking for Palestine from Rome. As a widow, Paula is the woman with her head covered. Eustochium, head uncovered as a symbol of unmarried status, stands at her left.

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