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A Pre-Rapaelite drawing showing Cleopatra with some round-breasted topless women, presumably slaves or attendants, standing behind her with musical instruments. Incense burns in the foreground, and another slave holds an amphora.
Of the many high class drawings which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine, there is no one work more remarkable than that of “Cleopatra,” by Frederick Sandys, which for dignity and grandeur of design must always be regarded as a fine specimen of that artist’s work.