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Fecundity Collection

"Fecundity: Celebrating Life's Abundance and Fertility Through Art" In the realm of art, a concept that has been beautifully depicted throughout history

Background imageFecundity Collection: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)

Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)
7186067 Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving) by Saenredam, Jan (1565-1607); Private Collection; (add.info.: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Ceres, 1891 (engraving)

Ceres, 1891 (engraving)
8766931 Ceres, 1891 (engraving) by Robetta, Cristofano (1462-1534); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ceres, Godess of grain)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture)

Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture)
8822165 Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture) by Prehistoric; Musee d'Archeologie nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Background imageFecundity Collection: The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land)

The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land)
FGL5465121 The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land).; Fototeca Gilardi.

Background imageFecundity Collection: Mama Ocllo, a figure in Inca mythology

Mama Ocllo, a figure in Inca mythology
3329965 Mama Ocllo, a figure in Inca mythology; (add.info.: Drawing of Mama Ocllo, a figure in Inca mythology by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala (1550-1616)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Agriculture, from the Monument to the Cortes of Cadiz, 1912-29 (stone)

Agriculture, from the Monument to the Cortes of Cadiz, 1912-29 (stone)
XJL187621 Agriculture, from the Monument to the Cortes of Cadiz, 1912-29 (stone) by Marinas y Garcia, Aniceto (1866-1953); Plaza de Espana, Cadiz

Background imageFecundity Collection: Bowl with fruit, 1746-1769. Creator: Jacob Xavery

Bowl with fruit, 1746-1769. Creator: Jacob Xavery
Bowl with fruit, 1746-1769

Background imageFecundity Collection: Festoon of Fruits, c.1653-c.1658. Creator: Johannes Borman

Festoon of Fruits, c.1653-c.1658. Creator: Johannes Borman
Festoon of Fruits, c.1653-c.1658

Background imageFecundity Collection: Homage to Pomona, 1734. Creator: Hendrik Carree

Homage to Pomona, 1734. Creator: Hendrik Carree
Homage to Pomona, 1734

Background imageFecundity Collection: Festoon of Fruit and Flowers, 1660-1670. Creator: Jan Davidsz de Heem

Festoon of Fruit and Flowers, 1660-1670. Creator: Jan Davidsz de Heem
Festoon of Fruit and Flowers, 1660-1670. Butterflies, snails, beetles, caterpillars, flies and ladybirds are attracted to fruits including pomegranates, grapes, peaches, plums and figs

Background imageFecundity Collection: 'Fruits' - painted by George Lance - from the Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1854

"Fruits" - painted by George Lance - from the Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1854. Creator: Unknown
"Fruits" - painted by George Lance - from the Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1854. Lance...has chosen his own motto: "Fresh from the teeming lap of bounteous Earth

Background imageFecundity Collection: Man pulling a cow, Horus temple, Edfu

Man pulling a cow, Horus temple, Edfu
8588903 Man pulling a cow, Horus temple, Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt Edfu, a city in Upper Egypt housing the Temple of Horus. Built from 237 to 57 BC)

Background imageFecundity Collection: The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)

The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)
XAM54144 The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre) by Prehistoric; H:11cm cm; Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Female figurine)

Background imageFecundity Collection: The Venus of Willendorf, side view, c.30000-18000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)

The Venus of Willendorf, side view, c.30000-18000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)
XAM54145 The Venus of Willendorf, side view, c.30000-18000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre) by Prehistoric; height: 11 cm; Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna

Background imageFecundity Collection: The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)

The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre)
XAM54146 The Venus of Willendorf, 30000-25000 BC (limestone coloured with red ochre) by Prehistoric; H:11cm cm; Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Female figurine)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Italian Noon (Italian Girl picking Grapes), 1827, (1965). Creator: Karl Briullov

Italian Noon (Italian Girl picking Grapes), 1827, (1965). Creator: Karl Briullov
Italian Noon (Italian Girl picking Grapes), 1827, (1965). Painting, also known as An Italian Midday, in the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg

Background imageFecundity Collection: Detail of the Altoviti hall ceiling, 16th century (fresco)

Detail of the Altoviti hall ceiling, 16th century (fresco)
7130068 Detail of the Altoviti hall ceiling, 16th century (fresco) by Vasari, Giorgio (1511-74); Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Detail of the Altoviti hall ceiling)

Background imageFecundity Collection: The three Graces, (painting)

The three Graces, (painting)
7130007 The three Graces, (painting) by Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640); Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; (add.info.: The three Graces, Peter Paul Rubens, Pitti palace, Florence)

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7352187

Background imageFecundity Collection: Ceres and Bacchus, 1600s (oil on canvas)

Ceres and Bacchus, 1600s (oil on canvas)
XOS5887442 Ceres and Bacchus, 1600s (oil on canvas) by Spranger, Bartholomaeus (1546-1611); 197.2x133.7 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: by Bartholomaeus Spranger (1546-1611))

Background imageFecundity Collection: Abundance

Abundance
HGM81088 Abundance by Le Fauconnier, Henri Victor Gabriel (1881-1946); Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands; © Kunstmuseum den Haag; French, out of copyright

Background imageFecundity Collection: The Olympus, vault of the Hall of Olympus, 1560-1561 (fresco)

The Olympus, vault of the Hall of Olympus, 1560-1561 (fresco)
2632646 The Olympus, vault of the Hall of Olympus, 1560-1561 (fresco) by Veronese, (Paolo Caliari) (1528-88); Villa Barbaro, Maser, Veneto, Italy; (add.info.: Maser, Villa Barbaro)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Sacrifice to Bacchus (litho)

Sacrifice to Bacchus (litho)
7201058 Sacrifice to Bacchus (litho) by Williamson, J. (fl.1850-1919); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sacrifice to Bacchus)

Background imageFecundity Collection: the Triumph of Ceres (Pastoral Festival) Diptych, 1911-1913 (oil on canvas)

the Triumph of Ceres (Pastoral Festival) Diptych, 1911-1913 (oil on canvas)
7215275 the Triumph of Ceres (Pastoral Festival) Diptych, 1911-1913 (oil on canvas) by Roussel, Ker Xavier (1867-1944); Pushkin Museum, Moscow

Background imageFecundity Collection: Blessing of the marriage bed by a bishop (woodcut)

Blessing of the marriage bed by a bishop (woodcut)
7201589 Blessing of the marriage bed by a bishop (woodcut) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Blessing of the marriage bed by a bishop)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Bacchus, Roman god of wine and fertility (copper engraving)

Bacchus, Roman god of wine and fertility (copper engraving)
7201449 Bacchus, Roman god of wine and fertility (copper engraving) by Italian School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bacchus, Roman god of wine and fertility)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Priapus, Ancient Greek god of fertility (woodcut)

Priapus, Ancient Greek god of fertility (woodcut)
7201448 Priapus, Ancient Greek god of fertility (woodcut) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Priapus, Ancient Greek god of fertility)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Bacchus, Ceres and Venus, gods from Roman mythology (copper engraving)

Bacchus, Ceres and Venus, gods from Roman mythology (copper engraving)
7201489 Bacchus, Ceres and Venus, gods from Roman mythology (copper engraving) by Sadeler, Jean or Johann (1550-1600); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bacchus, Ceres and Venus)

Background imageFecundity Collection: The spies carrying grapes proving the fertility of Canaan (chromolitho)

The spies carrying grapes proving the fertility of Canaan (chromolitho)
7185796 The spies carrying grapes proving the fertility of Canaan (chromolitho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageFecundity Collection: The Three Graces (colour litho)

The Three Graces (colour litho)
7150463 The Three Graces (colour litho) by Regnault, Jean-Baptiste (1754-1829) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Three Graces)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Fecundity Platter, Southwark, 1675 / 80. Creator: Unknown

Fecundity Platter, Southwark, 1675 / 80. Creator: Unknown
Fecundity Platter, Southwark, 1675/80

Background imageFecundity Collection: Wild Man and Wild Woman, 1545. Creator: Hans Guldenmond

Wild Man and Wild Woman, 1545. Creator: Hans Guldenmond
Wild Man and Wild Woman, 1545

Background imageFecundity Collection: Portrait of a Woman, c. 1494 (tempera on wood)

Portrait of a Woman, c. 1494 (tempera on wood)
3615949 Portrait of a Woman, c.1494 (tempera on wood) by Italian School; 50.2x37.1 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Attributed to the Maestro delle Storie del Pane (Emilian)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Les prunes. Creator: Geraud Vidal

Les prunes. Creator: Geraud Vidal
Les prunes. [Plums]

Background imageFecundity Collection: Les cerises. Creator: Geraud Vidal

Les cerises. Creator: Geraud Vidal
Les cerises. [Cherries]

Background imageFecundity Collection: Earth, 1568. Creator: Jost Ammon

Earth, 1568. Creator: Jost Ammon
Earth, 1568

Background imageFecundity Collection: Day, from the series The Times of the Day, 1807. Creator

Day, from the series The Times of the Day, 1807. Creator
Day, from the series The Times of the Day, 1807

Background imageFecundity Collection: La Madonna del Latte, 1815. Creator: Raphael Morghen

La Madonna del Latte, 1815. Creator: Raphael Morghen
La Madonna del Latte, 1815

Background imageFecundity Collection: Rubens, His Wife Helena Fourment and Their Son Frans, c. 1635 (oil on wood)

Rubens, His Wife Helena Fourment and Their Son Frans, c. 1635 (oil on wood)
3471249 Rubens, His Wife Helena Fourment and Their Son Frans, c.1635 (oil on wood) by Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640); 203.8x158.1 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageFecundity Collection: Stream cascading over mossy rocks in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA

Stream cascading over mossy rocks in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA
Waterfall and winding stream cascading over moss-covered rocks and lush green foliage in Gifford Pinchot National Forest; Washington, United States of America

Background imageFecundity Collection: Allegory fertile Friesland Title page B Schotanus

Allegory fertile Friesland Title page B Schotanus
Allegory of fertile Friesland Title page for: B. Schotanus, Representation of the glory of Friesland, 1718, Astronomy is central on a pedestal, with a map of Friesland on its thigh

Background imageFecundity Collection: Jebel el-Druze Hauran Shahbah ancient Philippopolis

Jebel el-Druze Hauran Shahbah ancient Philippopolis
Jebel el-Druze & Hauran. Shahbah (ancient Philippopolis founded by Philip the Arab, 232 A.D.). Mosaics in the emperors feasting hall. Represent ing Philosophy & Justice beside Fecundity (marriage)

Background imageFecundity Collection: Fecundity Talisman

Fecundity Talisman
A Chinese talisman which ensures fecundity - count them, five bouncing boys ! You should be so lucky !



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"Fecundity: Celebrating Life's Abundance and Fertility Through Art" In the realm of art, a concept that has been beautifully depicted throughout history. From the vibrant peacocks dancing under a cherry tree in c. 1925 to the intricate details of Altoviti hall ceiling fresco from the 16th century, these artworks capture the essence of fertility. The three Graces painting portrays elegance and grace intertwined with an underlying sense of fertility. Meanwhile, Priapus, the ancient Greek fertility god depicted in a woodcut, symbolizes virility and abundance. Ceres and Bacchus, showcased in a 1600s oil on canvas masterpiece, exemplify bountiful harvests and fruitful vineyards. The Olympus fresco adorning the vaulted ceiling transports us to a world where gods reign supreme over nature's fecundity. Sacrifice to Bacchus litho reminds us of rituals performed to honor this Roman god associated with wine and fertility. Blessing of the marriage bed woodcut captures moments filled with hope for future generations. The Triumph of Ceres Diptych showcases pastoral festivities celebrating life's abundance during early 20th-century times. Even more striking is Blessing of the marriage bed by a bishop woodcut that highlights both religious sanctification and procreation. Lastly, Bacchus - Roman god of wine and fertility - immortalized through copper engraving evokes indulgence as well as creation itself. Through these diverse works spanning centuries, we witness artists' fascination with fecundity – its power to create life anew while reminding us all about nature's inexhaustible ability to replenish itself endlessly. Art serves as an eternal testament to our connection with nature’s cycles; it celebrates life’s abundant blessings while inspiring awe at its infinite possibilities for growth and renewal.