You are able to see what is going on with these. The females in the box are actually the Vestal Virgins.
Romantic sheen, drama, detail, and the richness of this photo is really stunning, and this might qualify as the personal favorite of mine of the paintings I have showcased in this specific series. Jean-Lon Grme had talent that is amazing and an extraordinary eye for mental detail. He painted the photo in 1872, 10 years before the Tulip Folly.
This precise painting was what certain director Ridley Scott to come up with the 2000 movie Gladiator, and you will discover that the visual appearance of the film? which contains a scene (historically incorrect) in which the emperor Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) creates the Pollice Verso gesture?copies this particular image as closely as you possibly can. As a result, Grme as well as his Orientalist institution of 19th century art have discovered new life in this particular century.