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Морские боги.Poseidon-Neptune. 15-19 век




Girolamo Mocetto 1490-1530
Frieze with the triumph of Neptune

After Giulio Romano
Print made by Pietro del Pò 1650-1670



ПОСЕЙДОН, НЕПТУН, в древнегреческой мифологии и религии бог моря, сын Кроноса и Реи, дикий и гневливый брат Зевса и Аида, с которыми он поделил господство над миром. Посейдон получил в свое управление море по жребию. Как и Зевс, в искусстве Посейдон изображается бородатым мужчиной с трезубцем в руке. Его супруга — нимфа Амфитрита; их отпрыск Тритон также принадлежит к морской стихии. Кроме того, Посейдон считался отцом чудовищ (например, одноглазых киклопов). Однако первоначально (что отразилось и в его культе) он был еще и земным божеством, связанным с плодородием и пресными водами, насылающим землетрясения, а в некоторых областях — супругом Деметры, богини урожая, и покровителем коней (вид которых он иногда принимает сам). Посейдон отличался буйным нравом и стремлением сохранять свою независимость. Хоть он и был вынужден признавать главенство Зевса, он считал себя равным этому главному богу.
В римской мифологии культ Посейдона слился с культом италийского бога воды Нептуном.



Published by Adriaen Collaert
Date
1610 (circa)
Title-page; strapwork cartouche surmounted by Neptune holding a trident with other sea motifs; first state with address of Adriaen Collaert. c.1610


Print made by Girolamo Mocetto
Date
1490-1530
Frieze with the triumph of Neptune: right half with Neptune and tritons
Engraving

Мореплаватели призывали его, чтобы обеспечить себе безопасное плавание. Будучи разгневанным, он мог произвести бурю и кораблекрушение.

Его легко можно узнать по трезубцу - длинному гарпуну с тремя крючковатыми остриями. Он может нестись верхом на дельфине, его священном животном в античности. Иногда он является в сопровождении своей жены Амфитриты (нереиды, или морской нимфы) и своего сына ТРИТОНА (водяного), который дудит в рог, сделанный из морской раковины. Вокруг них играют другие тритоны - имя, общее для всех водяных, - и нереиды. (Вместо рыбьих хвостов у них могут быть обычные человеческие ноги.)



Print made by Anonymous
Date
1520-1550
Neptune; holding his trident; standing on a shell; flanked by two sea-horses; with faces blowing wind from clouds; roundel.


Print made by Anonymous
Formerly attributed to Marcantonio
1500-1520 (c.)

The triumph of Neptune
Engraving, printed from a plate engraved in the niello manner


Print made by Albrecht Altdorfer
Date
1520-1525 (circa)
Neptune lying on a sea-serpent. c.1520-25



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After Albrecht Dürer
Print made by Wenzel von Olmütz
Date
1481-1500 (c.)

The sea monster; Amymone being abducted by Poseidon; first state
Engraving

Dürer The Sea Monster
c. 1498
Engraving, 246 x 147 mm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Print made by Giovanni Antonio da Brescia
1490-1507
Ornamental fountain, surmounted by a statue of Neptune and with three putti pouring water into the basin
Engraving


Print made by Giovanni Antonio da Brescia
After Marcantonio
Date
1510-1520
Neptune quelling the winds and calming the waves; a reversed copy of the central panel of Marcantonio's 'Quos Ego'
Engraving

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After Marcantonio
After Raphael
1515-1516
Reversed copy of central tondo in upper fireze of the Quos Ego showing Neptune surrounded by signs of the houses of the heavens
Engraving


Print made by René Boyvin
After Rosso Fiorentino
Date
1545-1555
Contest of Athena and Poseidon: the goddess, standing on the left next to the olive tree with Hermes on her side, is already crowned by Nike; on the right, Poseidon is holding the horse; in the upper part, an assembly of gods attending the contest. c.1545/55
Engraving


Drawn by Aurelio Luini
Date
1530-1593
Neptune, whole-length, standing to front, holding a trident in his right hand, various grotesque creatures


Print made by Jacopo Caraglio
Date
1526
Neptune naked holding a fork with both hands turning to the right, a sea horse is behind him, set within a niche; from a series of 20 engravings depicting mythological gods and goddesses.
1526


After Jacopo Caraglio
Date
1520-1539
The naked Doris seated to the left leg of Neptune both embracing, at the right Cupid holds a quiver of arrows and a fork.

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Print made by Giulio Bonasone
Date
1531-1576
Neptune in his chariot being drawn by seahorses.

Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto dividing the universe
Print made by Giulio Bonasone
Date
1531-1576


1531-1576
Neptune riding a platform drawn by sea horses calming the tempest Aeolus raised against the fleet of Aeneas, after Perino del Vaga


After Giulio Bonasone
After Perino del Vaga
1531-1576
Neptune riding a platform drawn by sea horses calming the tempest Aeolus raised against the fleet of Aeneas.
Engraving

Print made by Giulio Bonasone
Date
1531-1576
Plate 19;Vulcan, Neptune, Athena and other Gods making shackles to pull Jupiter from the heavens; from a series of twenty-two engravings
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After Rosso Fiorentino (?)
After Léonard Thiry (?)
Date
1550-1560
Design for saltcellar, with base formed by sphinxes, pearls and male figures blowing into conchs, and top representing Neptune lying on a shell. c.1550/60



Print made by Giorgio Ghisi
After Francesco Primaticcio
Date
1560-1570
From the left Apollo, Nepture holds a fork, Pluto wears a helmet and Athena sits naked at the right, from a series four prints.
1560s

After Giorgio Ghisi
After Perino del Vaga
Date
1560-1580
Neptune seated naked blowing a horn made from a shell, to the right a sea holds his fork and another god appears in the bottom right, after Perino del Vaga
Engraving


After Giorgio Ghisi
After Perino del Vaga
Date
1560-1580
Neptune standing naked holding a fork, his cape billowing behind, below are two sea horses, after Perino del Vaga

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After Jan Collaert I
Date
1582
Jewel design with Neptune flanked by two nereids holding bulrushes riding a seamonster. 1582
Engraving


After Jan Collaert I
1582
Jewel design with Neptune flanked by two nereids holding shells bestriding a seamonster. 1582
Engraving


Print made by Matthias Zündt
1540-1572
Vase with Neptune reclining on a shell; on the body of the vase a bas-relief with tritons; on the footplate two hippocamps.


Published by Étienne Delaune
1573
A grotesque print on dark ground, with elaborate ornate structures inhabited by Neptune standing between two fishs on a platform surmounting a mask and two horse heads. 1573


Print made by Georg Pecham
Date
1594
Neptune; riding across the sea on a large shell drawn by four horses; at right a triton blowing a horn.
1594
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Print made by Giulio Bonasone
Date
1531-1576
Neptune in his chariot being drawn by seahorses.
Engraving


Print made by Cherubino Alberti
After Polidoro da Caravaggio
1590
Plate 3. Neptune rising from the waters accompanied by two sea horses; from a series of nine prints after Polidoro da Caravaggio. 1590



Print made by Cherubino Alberti
After Polidoro da Caravaggio
Date
1570-1615
Neptune holding a trident in his left hand set within a niche.



After Guido Reni
Date
1590-1642
A woman holding a bow, presenting fruits to Neptune, after Guido Reni; hippocamps in the water below

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Published by Jean Leblond I
Print made by Jean Lepautre
Date
1650-1665
Fountain decorated with statue of Neptune standing on his chariot. c.1650


After Giulio Romano
Print made by Pietro del Pò
Date
1650-1670
The abduction of Psyche by Zephyr, while Neptune rises on his chariot below; an octagonal shaped plate, after Giulio Romano


Neptune
Print made by Francesco Curti
After Guercino
1635-1640


Neptune and Amphitrite. after Hendrik Goltzius



Print made by Grégoire Huret
1626-1642
Neptune, Thetis and Nereids standing next to the bow of a boat decorated with the coat of arms of Cardinal Richelieu. after
1626


Print made by Jonas Umbach
Date
1645-1700
Neptune carried across the sea by a group of sea gods; part of lower right edge made up.
Etching


Print made by Simone Cantarini
Date
1630-1648
'Quos ego': Neptune and Pluto, with Jupiter above, pay homage to the arms of Cardinal Borghese held by putti on a cloud


Print made by Cornelis Schut
Date
1612-1655
Neptune drawn by two horses at centre, Amphitrite (?) at left, three putti in top centre
Etching


Print made by Abraham Bosse
1648
Four ships caught in a storm, and Neptune calming the sea; illustration to a French translation of Virgil's 'L'Eneide


Thus free from all Alarmes, I rest in Neptunes armes
Print made by Robert Vaughan
Date
1650s (circa)



Print made by Daniel Marot I (biographical details | all objects)
Date
1680-1700
Water; an elaborate vignette showing Neptune riding the sea in a chariot surrounded by a fountain embellished with monstrous fish, a net and anchors
Etching


After Giambologna
Print made by John Baptist Jackson
Date
1738 (ca)
Neptune, on a plinth, holding a triton and right foot resting on a fish; no lettering in this state. ca. 1738


Print made by Antonio Zaballi
After Laurent Pécheux
Date
1755
Neptune standing naked holding a trident. 1755

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Print made by Franz Xaver Wagenschön
Date
1784
A group of bathing nymphs and mermen and nereids retrieving shells and corals from the sea; hippopotamus and rhinoceros approaching to right; Neptune and Amphitrite seated in the centre. 1784


Print made by Franz Xaver Wagenschön
Date
1784
A group of bathing nymphs and mermen retrieving shells and corals from the sea; hippopotamus approaching from behind; parrot on a tree to left; Neptune seated to right. 1771



A group of bathing nymphs and mermen retrieving shells and corals from the sea; Neptune seated under a baldachino in the background. 1771




Print made by Bernard Picart
Date
1728
Allegory on Dutch naval supremacy, with Neptune on his chariot, standing before personification on Holland


Print made by Anonymous
Date
1677
Allegory on the marriage of William III, Prince of Orange, and the future Mary II; the royal couple in the centre holding hands, surrounded by various symbols and mythological figures, including a boar, a globe, Mercury, and Neptune.


Print made by Francisco Vieira 'Lusitano'
Date
1724
Neptune pursuing Coronis; Minerva interposes herself and turns Coronis into a crow; Cupid in right upper corner, seascape in the background and tablet with dedication in bottom left corner. 1724
Etching


Print made by Valerio Spada
Date
1647
Meteorology; Juno in her chariot floats on clouds, Neptune rides his sea-horses below, illustration to the 'Sapientiae Pignus Amabile'.
1647


Print made by Gaetano Gandolfi
Date
1749-1802
Neptune carrying Proserpina away on chariot, with putti, into clouds

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Nepthune et Thetis
Neptune and Amphitrite standing in shallow water; Naiads in the water in the foreground; lion and lioness and a rhinoceros (in the manner of Dürer) to left; hippopotamus and crocodile to right; after Peter Paul Rubens.
1790
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Print made by Johann Nepomuk Muxel
After Francisco de Ribalta
Date
1835-1840
A group of rivergods and goddesses resting, leaning on 'vases'; after Ribalta; Neptune riding on dolphins to right; plate 100 of the series.


[Europa riding on the bull through the waves, led by Poseidon.] (1872-1887)
From Atlas der griechischen Kunstmythologie. (Leipzig : Engelmann, 1872-1887.) Overbeck, Johannes Adolf (1826-1895), Author.



Print made by Charles Ricketts
Date
1894

Neptune waving his trident at a scrolling wave above Leander swimming; proof of an illustration to 'Hero and Leander', The Vale Press 1894



Начало:
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Sea gods and monsters/ Морские создания, боги и чудовища. All posts-HERE





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Date: 2010-03-15 10:31 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] tan-de.livejournal.com
Снова удивительная коллекция! Спасибо вам!

Date: 2010-03-15 12:32 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] marinni.livejournal.com
Не за что- самой интересно:)

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