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Интересно. Во Флоренции во время óно имело место противостояние образов Персея Медузомаха и Юдифи:|
Judith and Holofernes (1457–1464) is a bronze sculpture created by the Italian Renaissance sculptor Donatello at the end of his career. It can be seen in the Hall of Lilies (Sala dei Gigli), in the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy. A copy stands in one of the sculpture's original positions on the Piazza della Signoria, in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. In 1495, following the Medici’s expulsion from Florence, it was moved to Piazza della Signoria where it became a symbol of the Republic’s triumph over tyrants. After the Medici return to Florence, Duke Cosimo I de Medici commissions Cellini’s Perseus, effectively reversing Judith’s symbolism of republican release from Medici tyranny and symbolizing the family’s return to power.
- Both Judith and Perseus depict beheadings — Judith stands over the body of Holofernes, and, in response, Perseus stands over the body of Medusa.
- In Judith, a woman is triumphing over a man, while in Perseus, a man is triumphing over a woman- Holofernes is shown resting on a cushion, as is Medusa — a detail from Cellini that is irrelevant to the Perseus story
Почему же MeToo не воспользовались каноничным образом Юдифи7 вопрос риторический, конечно