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Allegory Sciences sciences group female personifications Featured Gerard de Lairesse Print

Allegory Sciences sciences group female personifications

Allegory of the Sciences, Allegory of the sciences. A group of female personifications. In the middle a woman standing with a helmet, on the right a woman sitting. A snake snakes around a shield at the bottom left. From a series of five allegories, painted in grisaille between 1675 and 1683 for the Messina house by Philips de Flines on Herengracht, Minerva as patroness, Apollo and the Muses, Apollo Musagetes, snakes, Geografia, cupids: amores, amoretti, putti, the liberal arts, Artes Liberales, Philips de Flines, Gerard de Lairesse, Northern Netherlands, c. 1675 - c. 1683, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 289 cm ? w 161 cm

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Cleopatras Banquet Cleopatras Banquet feast Featured Gerard de Lairesse Print

Cleopatras Banquet Cleopatras Banquet feast

Cleopatra's Banquet Cleopatra's Banquet, The feast of Cleopatra. On the right is Cleopatra with bare breasts at the table, on the left is Marcus Antonius. Various guests and members of the household are present around the table. It is proposed that Lucius Plancus prevents Cleopatra from taking a second pearl from her earring to dissolve in her wine. Hereby Marcus Antonius loses the bet who could give the most expensive banquet. A hunting dog is lying on the floor in front of the table. In the background the architecture of the palace interior with caryatids, banquet or Mark Antony and Cleopatra: she dissolves a pearl in a cup of wine, which she then drinks, Gerard de Lairesse (mentioned on object), c. 1675 - c. 1680, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 74 cm ? w 95.5 cm

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Decapitation two kings order Roman emperor Debellare Superbos Featured Gerard de Lairesse Print

Decapitation two kings order Roman emperor Debellare Superbos

Decapitation of two kings by order of a Roman emperor Debellare Superbos (title on object) Fundamental principle of Roman politics (series title), From his throne, a Roman emperor orders an executioner to behead a blindfolded king. The head of the second king is already chopped down on the ground. In addition to the emperor, a begging man is stopped by a number of soldiers. This print illustrates the second part of the fundamental principle of Roman politics, as incorporated by Vergilius: Parcere subiectis, sed debellare superbos (Vergilius, Aenei 6 853). According to this principle, the subjects would be spared, but those who persisted in resisting were destroyed. Pendant of a print on the first part of this maxim., Violent death by beheading, emperor, Gerard de Lairesse (mentioned on object), Amsterdam, 1670, paper, etching, h 314 mm ? w 209 mm

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