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Семь свободных искусств.The Seven Liberal Arts


The Seven Liberal Arts. В графике и живописи разных эпох и художников. От классических изображений- до шутливых.


Arithmetic

В Древнем Риме так назывались занятия и упражнения, достойные свободного человека, в отличие от занятий, требующих физического труда, которыми могли заниматься только рабы. Ещё в античности начал вырабатываться список дисциплин, позже названных свободными искусствами.
Свободные искусства образуют высшую научную и литературную педагогику. Число их ограничено семью; они выстроены в значимом порядке, определяющем уровни обучения: искусства слова (грамматика и риторика), мышления (диалектика) и числа (арифметика, геометрия, астроно­мия, музыка).





--------------------Gentile da Fabriano (c. 1370-c. 1427)-----



Grammar. Fresco by Gentile da Fabriano. Hall of the Liberal Arts and of the Planets, Trinci palace, Foligno, Italy

Astronomy. Fresco by Gentile da Fabriano. Hall of the Liberal Arts and of the Planets, Trinci palace, Foligno, Italy

"Philosophy and Grammar". Fresco by Gentile da Fabriano. Hall of the Liberal Arts and of the Planets, Trinci palace, Foligno, Italy

Hall of the Liberal Arts and of the Planets, Trinci palace, Foligno ... Category:Trinci Palace Category:Gentile da Fabriano Category
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Botticelli, Sandro
Title Deutsch: Fresken aus der Lemmi-Villa bei Florenz, Szene: Lorenzo Tornabuoni vor den (Allegorien der) sieben freien Künsten, Fragment
English: Lorenzo Tornabuoni before the Seven liberal arts.
Русский: Фрески виллы Лемми под Флоренцией. Лоренцо Торнабуони перед аллегорическими фигурами семи свободных искусств. Фрагмент.
Year 1486-1490
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----------------------------Seven liberal arts-Monogrammist B --------------------------------


Seven liberal arts
Plate 7: Astrology, a female nude holding a pair of dividers and globe. 1544
Print made by Monogrammist B
Date
1544

Seven liberal arts
Geometry, a female nude holding a square and plumbline. 1544



Seven liberal arts
Music, a female nude holding a flute and musical score. 1544
Engraving


Seven liberal arts
Grammar, a female nude holding a globe with an alphabet. 1544

Arithmetic, a female nude sunk in gloom next to a table of numbers. 1544


---------------- Cornelis Cort 1565 (Cock, Floris) -----------




Musica
Concentum inter se, et discrimina grata
sonorum aure erudita deprehendit musica

Geometria -- Vestigare geometriae intervalla - Cornelis Cort 1565 (Cock, Floris) (Folger)

Arithmetica
Arithmetic, a woman, seated at a table inscribes a tablet accompanied by an elderly woman and two male scholars; the elderly woman stands over her and instructs her; her dress is numbered "1234..." and two tomes are labelled "ABRAHAM" and "PYTHAGORAS


Astrologia -- Astrorvm Uraniae Cursus - Cornelis Cort 1565 (Cock, Floris) (Folger)

Dialectica

Dialectic, a woman, seated on a wicker chair, engages in conversation with an elderly philosopher; she rests her feet on a stack of tomes labelled "ARISTOTELES" etc; a bird sits on her head, an eel is wrapped around her arm and a frog sits on an upright tome.


Grammatica
Grammar, a seated old woman, teaches a young boy standing besides her the rudiments of reading and writing; she holds a long staff, leans over and points to the pages of the book held by the youth; her dress has the letters of the alphabet; in a school room with students and various labelled scholarly tomes.



Rhetorica

Rhetoric, a seated woman, holding a caduceus, leans over and engages with a seated man writing on a tablet; an elderly man with a long beard places his hands on the shoulder of the younger scholar; two birds, including a parrot, sit on a pile of books labelled "CICERO" etc on the ground.

------------------------------Sebald Beham -1531-1550------------------------------


The Seven Liberal Arts; Sebald Beham (Print made by); Plate 5: Music
1531-1550

The Seven Liberal Arts; Sebald Beham (Print made by); Plate 7: Astrology
1531-1550


The Seven Liberal Arts; Sebald Beham (After); Plate 2: Dialectics;


Sebald Beham (After); Plate 3: Rhetoric; reverse copy after Sebald Beham

The Seven Liberal Arts; Sebald Beham (After); Plate 7: Astrology

Sebald Beham (After); Plate 6: Geometry; reverse copy after Sebald Beham

Plate 4: Arithmetic;


------------------------Virgil Solis-1530-1562--------------------------------




Virgil Solis (Print made by); The seven liberal arts; whole-length female figures encircled by clouds above landscapes
1530-1562


The liberal arts; Astrology
print; Virgil Solis (Print made by); Female personification; whole-length winged figure with a crown of stars
1530-1562

The liberal arts; Grammarprint; Virgil Solis (Print made by); Female personification; whole-length figure in frontal view; holding a book and a file
1530-1562

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Print made by Virgil Solis
Date
1530-1562

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Marten de Vos
Title Allegory of the Seven Liberal Arts
Year 1590
------------------------

--------------------------------The Seven Liberal Arts----------------



Grammar. Allegorical scene with an elder woman holding a stick and teaching a young child the alphabet, a boy with a book beyond, a fireplace in background; first state with address of Schonaeus; after Goltzius
1587-1634


----------------------------Francesco Primaticcio--1591 (before)-------------------------------------
----------------------

The Seven Liberal Arts
The personification of Grammar; a woman seated, holding an open book surrounded by young pupils and treading on two male figures, one with a beard; after Primaticcio(?).
Ascribed to Francesco Primaticcio
Date
1591 (before)


Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Astronomy

The Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Logic

The Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Rhetoric

The Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Geometry

The Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Music;

The Seven Liberal Arts; Francesco Primaticcio (Ascribed to); Antonius Wierix (Published by); The personification of Arithmetic


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Astronomy, a winged female personification, stars over her head, with a zodiacal globe and eagle; after Maarten de Vos.
Published by Pieter de Jode I
Date
1600 (circa)

The Seven Liberal Arts / Geometria
; Pieter de Jode I (Published by); Jan Sadeler I (After); Marten de Vos (After); Geometry, a female personification with compasses and a globe

Pieter de Jode I (Published by); Jan Sadeler I (After); Marten de Vos (After); Arithmetic, a female personification
1600

Pieter de Jode I (Published by); Jan Sadeler I (After); Marten de Vos (After); Rhetoric, a female personification holding up a scroll
1600

Pieter de Jode I (Published by); Jan Sadeler I (After); Marten de Vos (After); Dialectic, a female personification seated by some books
1600

Pieter de Jode I (Published by); Jan Sadeler I (After); Marten de Vos (After); Music, a female personification
1600
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Septem Artes Liberales; Cornelis Schut (Print made by); Allegorical scene on the seven Liberal Arts.
1635

--------------------------George Glover-1625-1635--------------------------------

------------------------------The Seven Liberal Arts------------------------------------



Astronomy: a three-quarter-length lady holding a cross and measuring the globe. c.1630

Arithmetic: a three-quarter-length lady seated at a table doing calculations on a slate. c.1630


Rhetoric: a three-quarter-length lady seated at a table holding a caduceus. c.1630

Dialectic: a three-quarter-length lady seated at a table with one finger counting on another. c.1630



The Seven Liberal Arts / Geometria
Geometry: a three-quarter-length lady holding a globe with measuring devices on the table before her. c.1630

Music: a three-quarter-length lady seated at a table playing a lute. c.1630


George Glover (Print made by); William Webb (Published by); Grammar: a well-dressed lady seated at a table with a book

Rhetoric: a three-quarter-length lady seated at a table holding a caduceus. c.1630
Engraving



----------------Jean Leblond ----------------------------

Liberal arts.
Geometry personified by a young woman, three-quarter length, turned to the right, sitting at a table supporting a globe, and holding pair of compasses and triangle
Published by Jean Leblond I (biographical details | all objects)
Date
1605-1666
-----------------


Luca Ciamberlano (Print made by); Frans Floris (After); The Seven Liberal Arts in a temple, at the centre three cupids hold aloft the Borghese coat
1617




Pictura; a woman, full-length, wearing a fancy dress and seated before an easel with a portrait on it, holding a brush and a palette
Print made by Jacob Gole
Date
1675-1724
---------------------Francis Cleyn 1645--------------------------

Music: a woman playing a lute accompanying a man playing a flute, while a child sings. 1645
Print made by Francis Cleyn
Date
1645

Rhetoric: seated woman dictating to a man in a room. 1645

Grammar: seated woman teaching children their letters. 1645

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Septem Liberales Artes;
Francis Cleyn (Print made by); Geometry: woman with a tower on her head and two men measuring a globe.

Francis Cleyn (Print made by); Arithmetic: woman seated at a table writing on a tablet, while a man teaches a boy behind. 1645

Francis Cleyn (Print made by); Astronomy: a winged woman looking at the stars with an old man and an eagle. 1645

Francis Cleyn (Print made by); Dialectic: seated woman holding a snake and with a bird on her head in discussion with a bearded man in a room
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Seven liberal arts / Painting

Published by Carington Bowles)
Date
1767-1793



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