Phidias Showing the Frieze of the Parthenon to his Friends, Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Brussels, 1868. Oil on Canvas. Neoclassicism. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Painting shows at left the North frieze slab XLVII and the West frieze Slabs I and up visible at right. Among the spectators, critics have identified Pericles, the bearded man facing Phidias. Next to him is his mistress, Aspasia.