According to the 2012 auction lot notes, an anonymous copy of Feast of the Gods with Marriage of Bacchus and Ariadne is currently housed in the Hermitage Museum. Another copy by Hendrick van Balen is in Leipzig, at the Museum der bildenden Kunste. The seated female figure seen from the back is a reversal of a figure painted by Rottenhammer in an earlier Feast of the Gods, Marriage of Neptune and Amphitrite: Feast of the Gods by the Sea, (also in the Hermitage Museum, inv. #688). Additionally, Klaus Ertz posited that the female goddess seated next to Bacchus in this painting could be Ceres, rather than Ariadne.