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Faucon Collection

"Faucon: A Tapestry of History and Nature" In the month of May, let us embark on a journey through time and explore the captivating world of "faucon

Background imageFaucon Collection: Narmer palette (back), 22nd century BC (relief)

Narmer palette (back), 22nd century BC (relief)
8585767 Narmer palette (back), 22nd century BC (relief) by Egyptian; Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt; (add.info.: Narmer palette (back) or Hierakonpolis Large palette

Background imageFaucon Collection: Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture)

Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture)
8587156 Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture) by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Edfu, city located on the left bank of the Nile between Aswan and Luxor Temple of Edfu)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)

Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)
8588570 Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief) by Egyptian; Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom Ombo, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Kom Ombo Temple, between Luxor and Aswan Horus)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu

Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu
8587685 Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Horus, the temple of Philae

Horus, the temple of Philae
8588996 Horus, the temple of Philae by Egyptian; Philae, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Temple of Philae, the cult of Isis Horus, the great God of Heaven)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor

Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor
8587590 Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor by Egyptian; Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Luxor, city on the Nile of ancient Thebes)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu

Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu
8587048 Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Edfu)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Hieroglyps, Pharaoh's Bee and the Horus Falcon, Horus Temple, Edfu

Hieroglyps, Pharaoh's Bee and the Horus Falcon, Horus Temple, Edfu
8587250 Hieroglyps, Pharaoh's Bee and the Horus Falcon, Horus Temple, Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Tapestry, Month of May, or La Chasse au Faucon, c. 1500 (wool)

Tapestry, Month of May, or La Chasse au Faucon, c. 1500 (wool)
3576116 Tapestry, Month of May, or La Chasse au Faucon, c.1500 (wool) by Franco-Flemish School, (16th Century); 320.9x243.8 cm; Burrell Collection, Glasgow

Background imageFaucon Collection: Letter F: Falconer, Fleuve, Pheasant, Fou. engraving in ' Alphabet'

Letter F: Falconer, Fleuve, Pheasant, Fou. engraving in " Alphabet"
DUV4209774 Letter F: Falconer, Fleuve, Pheasant, Fou. engraving in " Alphabet". Finish printing on 15 November 1875 by Charles Unsinger for Alphonse Lemerre, bookseller-publisher, Paris

Background imageFaucon Collection: Zoology lesson: birds, 1491 (wood engraving)

Zoology lesson: birds, 1491 (wood engraving)
7315358 Zoology lesson: birds, 1491 (wood engraving) by Unknown Artist, (15th century); (add.info.: Zoology lesson: birds - Engraved wood extracted from Hortus sanitatis)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Kyrgyz Chef from the Caucasus in his yurt - in 'The Old and Modern Costume'by Jules Ferrario

Kyrgyz Chef from the Caucasus in his yurt - in "The Old and Modern Costume"by Jules Ferrario, 1819-1820
LSE4096268 Kyrgyz Chef from the Caucasus in his yurt - in " The Old and Modern Costume" by Jules Ferrario, 1819-1820 by Ferrario

Background imageFaucon Collection: Falcon - silk painting by Itaya Keishiu, 18th century

Falcon - silk painting by Itaya Keishiu, 18th century
LSE4084032 Falcon - silk painting by Itaya Keishiu, 18th century by Itaya, Keishu Hiromasa (1729-97); Private Collection; (add.info.: Falcon - silk painting by Itaya Keishiu)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Falcon hunting Scene hunting and rest in the countryside. Painting of the Flemish School

Falcon hunting Scene hunting and rest in the countryside. Painting of the Flemish School
JLJ4643362 Falcon hunting Scene hunting and rest in the countryside. Painting of the Flemish School. The beginning of the 17th century

Background imageFaucon Collection: Faucon ruine par les revolutions. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville

Faucon ruine par les revolutions. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville
DUV4212483 Faucon ruine par les revolutions. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville. Gravure signee Breviere dans la partie intitulee " Souvenirs d une vieille corneille" ecrit parPJ Stahl

Background imageFaucon Collection: The falcon hunt

The falcon hunt
CH21061 The falcon hunt by Rousseau, Henri Emilien (1875-1933); Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageFaucon Collection: Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks, plate 64

Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks, plate 64
746995 Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks, plate 64, illustration from Venationes, Ferarum, Avium, Piscium (Of Hunting: Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks

Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks
STC161122 Birdcatchers Using Traps Baited with Rats to Capture Hawks, plate 64 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium (Of Hunting: Wild Beasts, Birds)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Equestrian portrait of the young Louis XIV (1638 -1715) leaving for hunting

Equestrian portrait of the young Louis XIV (1638 -1715) leaving for hunting
JLJ4664784 Equestrian portrait of the young Louis XIV (1638 -1715) leaving for hunting. Painting by Jean De Saint Igny (? 1647). Oil on canvas. Dim: 0, 41 X 0, 30m

Background imageFaucon Collection: Mural from the Tombs of the Kings of Thebes, discovered by G

Mural from the Tombs of the Kings of Thebes, discovered by G
STC88805 Mural from the Tombs of the Kings of Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni, plate 2 from Plates Illustrative of the Researches in Egypt and Nubia

Background imageFaucon Collection: Eurasian sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus

Eurasian sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus, with hood. Faucon a poitrine blanche, Falco nisus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Jakob-Andreas Eisemann after an illustration from nature by Barbara

Background imageFaucon Collection: The Sport of Falconry

The Sport of Falconry
WH48538 The Sport of Falconry by Rousseau, Henri Emilien (1875-1933); Private Collection; Photo eWhitford & Hughes, London, UK; French, out of copyright

Background imageFaucon Collection: Pal Lat 1071 Frederick II: Two horsemen with falcons, from

Pal Lat 1071 Frederick II: Two horsemen with falcons, from
PHD30991 Pal Lat 1071 Frederick II: Two horsemen with falcons, from De Arte Venandi cum Avibus (vellum) by Italian School, (13th century); Vatican Library, Vatican City; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageFaucon Collection: Gallant scene in the Middle Ages. Illumination of the songwriter Manesse, 1300

Gallant scene in the Middle Ages. Illumination of the songwriter Manesse, 1300
JLJ4602068 Gallant scene in the Middle Ages. Illumination of the songwriter Manesse, 1300. Heidelberg Library, Germany. by German School, (14th century); Bibliotheca Palatina, Heidelberg

Background imageFaucon Collection: The falcon and the capon (Le faucon et le chapon) - Fables by La Fontaine

The falcon and the capon (Le faucon et le chapon) - Fables by La Fontaine
DUV4214618 The falcon and the capon (Le faucon et le chapon) - Fables by La Fontaine, 19th century (engraving) by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageFaucon Collection: Ecuyeres hunting falcon Detail from a painting by Claude Deruet (1588-1662). Dim

Ecuyeres hunting falcon Detail from a painting by Claude Deruet (1588-1662). Dim
JLJ4563823 Ecuyeres hunting falcon Detail from a painting by Claude Deruet (1588-1662). Dim. 1, 14 x 2, 58 m, 1641. Orleans, Museum of Fine Arts by Deruet, Claude (1588-1660); Musee des Beaux-Arts

Background imageFaucon Collection: Caricature by Albert Guillaume (1873-1942) in 'L Assiette au beurre'

Caricature by Albert Guillaume (1873-1942) in "L Assiette au beurre"
GIA4751344 Caricature by Albert Guillaume (1873-1942) in " L Assiette au beurre" of 1901: aerostat hunting with attack hawks

Background imageFaucon Collection: Faucon Lalique mascot. Creator: Unknown

Faucon Lalique mascot. Creator: Unknown
Faucon Lalique mascot

Background imageFaucon Collection: Uae-Animals-Falconry

Uae-Animals-Falconry
Emirati bird keeper Mohammed Rakan Bin Harwon Al-Qubassy looks on as his falcon flaps his wings in the Liwa Oasis, southwest of Abu Dhabi, on December 1, 2015

Background imageFaucon Collection: The Falcon, illustration from the Fables of La Fontaine (oil on canvas)

The Falcon, illustration from the Fables of La Fontaine (oil on canvas)
XIR53822 The Falcon, illustration from the Fables of La Fontaine (oil on canvas) by Subleyras, Pierre (1699-1749); 34.5x28 cm; Louvre, Paris

Background imageFaucon Collection: Jean Dambrun and Jean-Baptiste Tilliard after Jean-Honora Fragonard (French, 1741

Jean Dambrun and Jean-Baptiste Tilliard after Jean-Honora Fragonard (French, 1741
Jean Dambrun and Jean-Baptiste Tilliard after Jean-Honora© Fragonard (French, 1741 - 1808 or after), Le faucon, etching and engraving

Background imageFaucon Collection: Hawk, from the The Vallardi Album (pencil & w / c on paper) (b / w photo)

Hawk, from the The Vallardi Album (pencil & w / c on paper) (b / w photo)
XIR242764 Hawk, from the The Vallardi Album (pencil & w/c on paper) (b/w photo) by Pisanello, Antonio (1395-1455); Louvre, Paris, France; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageFaucon Collection: Ms E-14 Falcon, from a Moraqqa (gouache on paper)

Ms E-14 Falcon, from a Moraqqa (gouache on paper)
XIR216636 Ms E-14 Falcon, from a Moraqqa (gouache on paper) by Islamic School, (17th century); Institute of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg, Russia; out of copyright

Background imageFaucon Collection: Le faucon docile

Le faucon docile


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"Faucon: A Tapestry of History and Nature" In the month of May, let us embark on a journey through time and explore the captivating world of "faucon. " From La Chasse au Faucon, a remarkable wool tapestry dating back to the 16th century, to an enchanting engraving in "Alphabet" by Charles Unsinger for Alphonse Lemerre, this majestic bird has left its mark throughout history. Zoology lessons from 1491 introduce us to the fascinating realm of birds, where falcons reign supreme. Their grace and power are beautifully captured in silk paintings like Itaya Keishiu's masterpiece from the 18th century. The Flemish School also immortalized these magnificent creatures in their hunting scenes set amidst picturesque countryside landscapes. But not all tales about they are filled with glory. In vignettes illustrated by JJ Granville, we witness how revolutions can bring ruin upon these noble birds. Yet even in adversity, they remain symbols of resilience and strength. The artistry surrounding faucons extends beyond mere depictions; it intertwines with culture and tradition. A Kyrgyz Chef from the Caucasus proudly displays his connection to these regal creatures within his yurt as depicted in Jules Ferrario's work "The Old and Modern Costume. " Birdcatchers have long sought after hawks using ingenious traps baited with rats. Plate 64 showcases their craftiness while highlighting humanity's intricate relationship with nature. A poster advertising the 4th Assembly of Sokols in Prague transports us to more recent times when faucons were revered as emblems of agility and determination. Lastly, we stumble upon a peculiar image - a man adorned with cuckolds horns holding a magick cup. What secrets lie behind this enigmatic portrayal? Perhaps it is an allegory reminding us that even those who possess great power must tread carefully or risk losing everything.