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Пишет marinni ([info]marinni)
@ 2009-09-09 12:26:00


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Резные картины Габсбургов.

Резные картины Габсбургов.




Нашла в одном антикварном блоге-
Habsburg Carved Panel Paintings
Резные картины Габсбургов - впервые вижу сочетание живописи на холсте и рельефной резьбы по камню. Каменные вставки открываются, как створки триптиха, но под ними, как я поняла из текста- пустые места на холсте.







Сюжеты живописи комбинируют исторические, геральдические, и мифологические ссылки на историю Габсбургов.








This is the largest of a set of three paintings that represent a chapter in the history of the Habsburg dynasty.


Carlton Hobbs booth at the Olympia Fine Art and Antiques Fair, London, 2009


Вот примеры распространенной техники пьетра-дура - она плоская, без рельефа:




At Florence's pietre dure museum.

И только одна напоминает картины Габсбургов:

inlaid artwork with bling, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Еще о пьетре-дуре ТУТ

Текст из блога:

The Mythology of the Habsburgs

Fine and decorative art, as we know, is littered with symbolism intended to lend clues about a piece’s history and subject matter. We have recently acquired a fantastic group of three paintings that represent a chapter in the history of the Habsburg dynasty. One large and two smaller in size, the works are most mysterious both in construction and in theme. To begin, each of the three paintings are comprised of a framed canvas; however, they also incorporate hinged polychrome panels of carved relief, which, unlike traditional diptychs or triptychs, are directly integrated into the scenes. These panels open to reveal vivid lacca povera on their undersides, and blank areas on the canvas they conceal. The paintings have been re-lined and it is probable that the pictures were once mounted to the wall, the panels concealing hidden niches where the blank areas are now situated.

Regarding subject matter, the paintings combine historic, heraldic, and mythological references that have become the source of much interest and hypothesizing among our staff, as well as academics specializing in the history of the Habsburgs. While the central painted portions appear to represent historic figures, the flanking painted areas and carved panels are reserved for mythological elements. All three pictures are rife with allusions to Roman mythology and Virgil’s Aeneid; Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor (1459-1519) and his grandson, Charles V Holy Roman Emperor (1500-1558), began the precedent of tracing their genealogy to Troy, proclaiming a descendance from Aeneas and in her book “The Last Descendant of Aeneas,” Marie Tanner explores this mythic imagery built around the Habsburg dynasty from the Renaissance. A variety of crowns, flags, and coats of arms are represented including those of Austria, the Holy Roman Empire, Bohemia, Hungary, Lorraine, and Moravia.





http://www.flickr.com/photos/carltonhobbsllc/sets/72157616311559472/