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Esther Preparing Herself to Meet King Ahasuerus, also known as The Toilette of Esther

The Toilette of Esther or Esther Preparing to be Presented to King Ahasuerus, is an 1841 oil-on-canvas painting by Théodore Chassériau. The painting depicts a moment from the scriptural Book of Esther, when Esther prepared to meet King Ahasuerus, ruler of Persia, who subsequently took her as his wife. The painting is in the Musée du Louvre. Vincent Pomarède of the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon has described it as "one of the most famous (paintings) in the Louvre".

Collection: Department of Paintings of the Louvre...

1841
Huile sur toile
RF3900
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Louvre
Permanent collection