Medea sends her two sons to deliver a golden wreath and a precious garment to Glauce, the betrothed of Medea's former lover Jason, depicted on the left.
The garment, which was poisoned, catches fire and burns Glauce alive. Her father, king Creon, is standing next to her.
Medea is about to murder her two sons, who are still playing in front of her.
Medea enters a chariot driven by dragons. She takes the bodies of her dead children with her.
Isn’t it fantastic! Sorry if I have given away more of the story than you would have liked, but I think it is such a great picture and I just had to share it with you!
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