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Сimon and Pero (Roman Charity)-Римская Благотворительность




Print made by Barthel Beham.1525
История эта происходит от римского писателя Валерия Максима.
Он рассказывает, как дочь кормила грудным молоком свою мать в тюрьме, и вскользь упоминает одной фразой об аналогичном случае с отцом.
В 1362 история была пересказана Джованни Боккаччо .
Полторы тысячи лет спустя Боккаччо пересказывает только первую историю (мать-дочь), и не упоминает сюжет отец-дочь совсем.


Perino del Vaga (1501 - 1547) - Also known as Pietro Buonaccorsi.Studied under Raphael and Ridolfo Ghirlandaio


Что интересно -тем не менее все рисунки и картины показывают только сюжет "отец-дочь": пожилой человек в тюрьме, ему не дают никакой пищи, но тюремщик позволил дочери с ним встретиться.
Он более интересен для множества художников, его повторяют и повторяют в больших количествах известнейшие мастера, с 16-го по 18 век.





Affresco romano - Pompei - micon e pero
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Roman Charity c. 1540-1550

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After Barthel Beham (biographical details | all objects)
Print made by Sebald Beham
1544



Sebald Beham
1518-1530
Cimon and Pero; a roundel with Cimon kneeling at left, suckled by Pero at right; the medallion flanked by two Tritons among acanthus leaves and against a cross-hatched background.



Sebald Beham
Cimon and Pero, 1540
Woodner Collection


Sebald Beham
1544

Barthel Beham
1525

Formerly attributed to Virgil Solis
Date
1530-1580

After Sebald Beham
Print made by Monogrammist RB
Date
1530-1550 (circa)

Cimon and Pero; reverse copy of Sebald Beham's roundel (Pauli 77); outside the round frame four grotesque putti.
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Print made by Georges Reverdy
After Rosso Fiorentino
1542



Anonymous (all objects)
Attributed to Jan Gossaert
1530-1541 (c.)


Manner/Style of Jost Amman
Formerly attributed to Henry Fuseli
Date
1554-1591

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Print made by Francesco Cozza
Date
1630-1680


Print made by Willem Panneels
After Peter Paul Rubens
1631

After Noël Nicolas Coypel
Print made by Jacques Philippe Le Bas
Date
1735 (circa

Drawn by Adriaen van der Werff
1674-1722



After Peter Paul Rubens
Print made by Alexander Voet II
1650-1690



Print made by Louis Boullogne
Date
1625-1674

After Gregorio Lazarini
Print made by Pietro Peiroleri
Date
1675-1730

Eberhard Siegfried Henne
After Christian Bernhard Rode
Date
1784


Quirin Mark
After Baronin von Pelisky
1770-1800 (circa)


After Guido Reni
Print made by John Saunders
Date
1799

Print made by Bernard Picart
After Rembrandt
1724-1733 (circa)


Michele Benedetti
After Carlo Cignani
1792

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Roman charity: Cimon, prisoner, is fed by his daughter Pero, painting by Georg Pencz, 1541.


Roman charity: Cimon, prisoner, is fed by his daughter Pero, painting by Georg Pencz
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Roman Charity" by Peter Paul Rubens 1612
(daughter breastfeeding her father in prison)

Simon and Pero (Roman Charity) - 1625, Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)
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Charles Mellin ca. 1597(1597) 1649(1649)
Title
Roman Charity (La Charité romaine)


Cimon and Pero
(Roman Charity)
Dirck van Baburen (1595 - 1624) - Also know as Teodoer van Baburen
Dutch Baroque Era Painter


Verspronck Johannes Cornelisz
layer & technique:
oil on canvas


Nuvolone
Carlo Francesco
Italian painter, Lombard school (1609 - 1662)


Meyvogel Caritas_Romana


Roman Charity (Cimon and Pero), c.1690-1700
Carlo Cignani

Jean-Baptiste Greuze
Cimon and Pero: "Roman Charity"
ca. 1770
oil on canvas


Jacques-Louis David (1748 – 1825)
a highly influential French painter in the Neoclassical style



Mei, Bernardino - Caritas romana - 17th century


Anonymous



Jean-Jacques Lagrenée (1739-1821)
French Painter


Roman Charity by Bachelier
Presented at the Paris Salon of 1765

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Factory of Chelsea Porcelain Factory
Modelled by Joseph Willems
Factory in Chelsea
Figure group on shaped rococo stand; soft-paste porcelain; painted in colours, the stand decorated in dark blue with gilt flowers and enrichments; subject,: 'Roman Charity'.
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======================Сюжеты "Charity"========================
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Их тоже очень много, в основном- это женщина, кормящая нескольких детей:


lucas-the-elder-cranach


Bouguereau
Charity_(1878)


In about AD 1362 the story was retold by the famous writer Giovanni Boccaccio . [ 18 ] After Boccaccio, hundreds or possibly thousands of paintings were created, which tell the story.

The second father-daughter story in fact consists of one sentence only. . Fifteen hundred years later Boccaccio retells the (first) mother-daughter story only and does not mention the father-daughter story. Nevertheless nearly all "caritas romana" oil paintings and drawings show the father-daughter story only. This fact changes the supposedly original background into an erotic direction and we can very clearly see the (erotic) fascination of the adult suckling situation for the artists, who created all the paintings.

Primarily, the story tells of a conflict. An existing taboo (implied incest and adult breastfeeding of a woman's milk) or saving a life by breaking the taboo. In this aspect there is no erotic focus to the story.

Valerius Maximus tells of a certain Cimon, an aged man, who was in prison awaiting execution and who was therefore given no food. .The jailer allowed Cimon's daughter Pero to visit him. She nourished him by giving him her breast. Она воспитала его, давая ему грудь. The scene is a prison cell; the white-haired prisoner, manacled, reclines in the lap of a young woman who is suckling him. A jailer peers through a barred window.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_lactation
http://elagua2.multiply.com/journal/item/1020
http://www.britishmuseum.org/r
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Charity
http://www.artchive.com/web_gallery/G/Georg-Pencz/Cymon-and-Pero,-or-Roman-Charity.html
http://kallery.net/index.php?g_clss=forum&g_prcss=thrd&g_tmplt=&g_brd=20&g_thrd=297
http://www.flickr.com/photos/distan/4140035693/
http://www.lib-art.com/paints/thecharity.html
http://www.google.ru/images?q=Cymon+and+Pero,+or+Roman+Charity&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:ru:official&client=firefox&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=ru&tab=wi&biw=1592&bih=833
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