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Пишет marinni ([info]marinni)
@ 2010-01-06 17:35:00


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Семь планет-The seven planets. Гравюры разных художников. 16 век

Семь планет-The seven planets. 16 век



Septem Planetæ (The seven planets)






Septem Planetaeprint; Dietrich Meyer (Print made by); Represented by whole-length figures of the corresponding gods with their respective attributes


-------------------------School of/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger --------------------
Date
1550-1570

Luna/ the Moon; whole-length female figure, seen from behind; dancing towards l; holding a moon-sickle and a horn in her right hand; at her feet a crayfish representing Cancer; from a series of seven woodcuts.


Mercury; whole-length figure, frontal view; dressed as a scholar, holding a book and the caduceus; at left a young woman representing Virgo and at right two boys representing Gemini; from a series of seven woodcuts.
Woodcut and letterpress

Venus; whole-length female figure turned slightly to right; in comtemporary dress, holding an arrow and a burning heart; behind her a bull representing Taurus on the ground; from a series of seven woodcuts.
Woodcut and letterpress


Sol/ the Sun; whole-length figure wearing a crown, standing in frontal view, holding a sceptre and a staff with a sun-face; behind him a lion representing Leo on the ground; from a series of seven woodcuts.

Mars; whole-length figure dressed as a warrior, walking to right, holding a burning torch and a banner; at right a ram representing Aries and at centre a scorpion representing Scorpio; from a series of seven woodcuts.


Jupiter; whole-length figure, turned to right, holding a staff and a piece of paper; at left a male figure with bow and arrow representing Sagittarius and at right two fishes representing Pisces; from a series of seven woodcuts.



-----------------------Septem Planetæ (The seven planets)----------------------

--------------------------Print made by Adriaen Collaert After Marten de Vos ----------------
Date
1581

Title-page; oval cartouche for title in centre with ornamental surround with female personifications of the four temperaments in the corners: Phlegma (holding bow), Sanguis (semi-naked), Melancolia (in a nun's habit) and Cholera (in armour with a spear); also the four elements between in ovals and circles represented by animals: Aer (chameleon), Aqua (dolphin), Ignis (salamander) and Terra (bear); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581
Engraving



Venus; she reclines on a cloud and takes an arrow from Cupid; on earth below a man holds up a hawk perched on his finger besides "Diligentia

Septem Planetæ (The seven planets) / Mercurius


Mars; he is wearing armour and surrounded by weaponry and sits on a cloud above; below an armoured warrior holds out his arm besides a woman holding some scales labelled "Discretio"; beyond a battle takes place; plate 5 (ages of man: virility); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581



The Sun; a male personification with a flaming face, looking downwards and sitting on a cloud with his arms outstretched and holding a sceptre; in the foreground an armoured warrior with a lance stands besides a female spinning; beyond a tournament takes place with jousting and soldiers fighting with swords; plate 4 (ages of man: youth); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581



The moon and the zodiac sign of Cancer; Luna sits on a crescent moon in the clouds above and she looks down towards Charitas suckling two infants; a hen sits with her chicks nearby; small children run around and play games and others gather around a fire; plate 1 (ages of man: infancy); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581


Saturn; sitting on a cloud he holds a youth with a scythe between his legs; below a female figure labelled "Conscientia" holds a book and points upwards standing besides an elderly man on a chair; on the ground is a flask, spectacles atop an hour-glass and a fire in a cart; beyond is a church and a monk takes the hand of a crippled figure with no feet; plate 7 (ages of man: old age); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581
Engraving


Jupiter; he sits astride an eagle and holds thunder and lightning bolts; below a turbaned figure holding a rod gestures towards a seated woman, labelled "Memoria" besides an urn; beyond a ruler sits on a throne outside of a tent with his soldiers andon a hill beyond a figure is about to be beheaded; plate 6 (ages of man: middle age); on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos. 1581



-------------------Print made by Jan Collaert II ---------------------------------------
Published by Philips Galle
----------------------After Jan van der Straet -------------------------------
Production place
Published in Antwerp
Date
1587 (after)



Venus, her hands entwined in her long hair, stands on a scallop shell on top of a pedestal; a star frames her head; set within an oval panel in a rectangular frame


Apollo, stands on a pedestal holding a lyre, behind his feet is a three-headed beast, made up of a dog, a lion and a wolf; behind Apollo's head is a symbol of the sun within a circle; set within an oval frame


Saturn, stands on a pedestal, holding a scythe and devouring one of his children; behind his head, a star within a circle; an oval panel set within a rectangular frame
Engraving


Mars stands on a pedestal, naked except for a helmet, he holds a sword and a dagger; behind his head is a star within a circle; set within an oval


Jupiter, seated on an eagle, on top of a pedestal; the eagle grasps a thunderbolt in its claws; three circles of light radiate from behind Jupiter's head; set within an oval


Luna, holding a bow and quiver full of arrows, with a crescent moon on her brow, stands on a pedestal; a circle of light frames her head; set within an oval in a rectangular frame


Mercury, holding a caduceus with two snakes entwining it, stands on a pedestal; he wears a winged hat and has winged feet; a star within a circle frames his head; an astrological sign appears on the socle of the pedestal; set within an oval in a rectangular frame



-----------------Print made by Crispijn de Passe the elder ---------------------------



Title-page; Plato's golden chain with God at upper centre and upper section with angels holding banners representing the Planets between links; lower section with ovals representing the Elements between the links and in the centre a circle with "Homo"; the limbs of Man are outstrethed and link to ovals representing "Animal" and "Arbor" which in turn links to a medal below labelled "Lapides et Metalla"; at the four corners are putti with attributes; on full sheet


Jupiter; with an eagle, and in his hands the thunderbolts; landscape with figures in the background; plate number 2. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589


Sol; in his right hand a sceptre; on the ground a lyre; related scenes in the background; plate number 3. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589
Engraving with etching

Luna; standing with her left foot on a dolphin's head; dog next to her; crescent in her right hand; landscape in the background; plate number 7. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589


Saturnus; in his right hand a child, in his left hand a scythe; dragon at his feet; related scene in the background; plate number 1. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589

Mercurius; in his right hand the caduceus, in his left hand a purse; a cock standing next to him; landscape in the background; plate number 6. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589


Mars; with sword and shield; behind him a lion and in the background is a battlefield depicted; plate number 4. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589

Venus; nude standing with her left foot on a shell; in her right hand an arrow and flowers; cupid standing next to her; a landscape in the background; plate number 5. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589
Engraving with etching


--------------------Seven Planets / Cathena Aurea Platonis-----------



Date
1600 (circa)
----------------Published by Crispijn de Passe the elder ---------------------
---------------------------After Marten de Vos -----------------------------------------------


Jupiter, holding thunder and lightning bolts, sitting in a chariot drawn by two eagles; below a landscape with a massive tower under construction; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos
Engraving

Mercury, holding caduceus, seated in chariot drawn by two birds with a cock standing on the reins; below a port; a crane lifts a barrel froma boat and various cargoes are transported; in the foreground three figures perform on a stage before an assembled crowd and at right are two stalls; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos

Mars, wearing armour and holding a baton, riding in a chariot drawn by two horses in the sky; below an expansive landscape with marching armies and marauding soldiers; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos

The Sun; Sol, with a flaming nimbus, holding a sceptre, seated ina chariot drawn by four horses; below a cityscape with a procession of riders and a crowning ceremony etc; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos

The Moon, or Diana holding a bow, seated in a chariot decorated with dolphins and drawn by two maidens armed with bows and arrows; below a port with moored boats being unloaded and fishing boats, their catch laid out nearby; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos


Venus, she reclines on a swan decorated chariot drawn by two doves and is accompanied by Cupid; below is a tranquil landscape with people going about their business and in the foreground a fête champêtre scene; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos


Saturn, holding a scythe, riding in a chariot drawn by two dragons above a hellish landscape that includes: diminuative figures toiling at a mine and a group of females chopping up body parts and roasting them over a fire; at left a skeleton standing in a cauldron and three witches rising upwards around the swirling smoke; on full sheet; after Maarten de Vos


Картинок по этой теме еще много, если надо- пишите, выложу.
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[info]sergius_v_k@lj
2010-01-06 12:16 (ссылка)
Большое спасибо. Юпитер, смотрящий на Вавилонскую башню, очень хорош: собирается спуститься и смешать языки (разделить народы). Так понятно, что для людей этого идейного круга Прометей и строительство Вавилонской башни - сходные события.

Стоит выложить еще, особенно интересны гравюры начала 17-го века. Те же темы, окрашенные мотивами мистики Якоба Бёме и розенкрейцеров.

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[info]marinni@lj
2010-01-06 12:48 (ссылка)
ОК- самой интересно:)

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