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The Death of Seneca

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: After Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623-29 June 1623, 4 February 1625-9 June 1625), Calais (November 1626), Paris (December 1626), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627-6 August 1627), Spain (26 August 1628-29 April 1629), London (18 May 1629-23 March 1630), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631), Affligem (September 1634) Title: The Death of Seneca Object type: Painting Description: (Swedish): Kopia Original i Alte Pinakothek, München Date: Unknown date Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: Height: 165 cm (65 in). Width: 117 cm (46.1 in). Framed: Height: 191 cm (75.2 in). Width: 145 cm (57.1 in). Depth: 12 cm (4.7 in).
 
 

The Adoration of the Magi

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: School of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623-29 June 1623, 4 February 1625-9 June 1625), Calais (November 1626), Paris (December 1626), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627-6 August 1627), Spain (26 August 1628-29 April 1629), London (18 May 1629-23 March 1630), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631), Affligem (September 1634) Title: The Adoration of the Magi Object type: Painting Date: Unknown date Medium: OIl on wood Dimensions: Height: 41 cm (16.1 in). Width: 53 cm (20.9 in). Framed: Height: 57 cm (22.4 in). Width: 69 cm (27.2 in). Depth: 7 cm (2.8 in).
 
 

Christ Telling His Disciples of the Parable of the Dragnet

Леонард Готье
Léonard Gaultier French, 1561 - 1641 Christ Telling His Disciples of the Parable of the Dragnet, probably c. 1576/1580 engraving
 
 

Susanna and the Elders (4)

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623-29 June 1623, 4 February 1625-9 June 1625), Calais (November 1626), Paris (December 1626), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627-6 August 1627), Spain (26 August 1628-29 April 1629), London (18 May 1629-23 March 1630), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631), Affligem (September 1634) Title: Susanna and the Elders Object type: Painting Date: 1614 Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: Height: 66 cm (26 in). Width: 51 cm (20.1 in). Framed: Height: 88 cm (34.6 in). Width: 73 cm (28.7 in). Depth: 7 cm (2.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: P.P.Rvbens. F.1.6.1.4.
 
 

Officers and other civic guardsmen of the XIth District of Amsterdam, under the command of Captain Geurt Dircksz van Beuningen and Lieutenant Pieter Martensz Hoeffijser

Ян Тенгнагель
Description (auto translated): Archer piece with the meal of the seventeen gunmen of Archery Targets led by Captain Geurt Dircksz van Beuningen and Lieutenant Peter Martensz Hoeffijser, Amsterdam, 1613. In the middle of the gunmen is a set table visible when some plates with foods (bread, pies, olives) stand and a goblet in a cup screw. Some of the gunmen have a glass or wine jug in hand. Presented from left to right (top row): Hans van der Voort, Jan Cornelisz Meulen, Gerrit Martsz Conijn Burgh, William Kik, Heindrik Hogendorp, Cornelis Gerritsz, Laurensz Laurens van Baalen, the Cosmo Moucheron and Pierre de Nimay (Bottom row): Klaas Bishop ensign, captain Dircksz Geurt van Beuningen, Lieutenant Peter Martensz Hoeffijser, Laurens Jansz van Lier, Heindrick Sybrantsz Foot, Adriaen van Nieulandt, Sergeant Jan Tengnagel and Aert Keyser. 1613 cloth: H 155 cm x W 264 cm
 
 

Drunken Silenus

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: Manner of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623-29 June 1623, 4 February 1625-9 June 1625), Calais (November 1626), Paris (December 1626), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627-6 August 1627), Spain (26 August 1628-29 April 1629), London (18 May 1629-23 March 1630), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631), Affligem (September 1634) Title: Drunken Silenus Date: Unknown date Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: Height: 49 cm (19.3 in). Width: 64 cm (25.2 in). Framed: Height: 77 cm (30.3 in). Width: 91 cm (35.8 in). Depth: 10 cm (3.9 in).
 
 

Without Ceres and Bacchus Venus freezes""

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: After Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623-29 June 1623, 4 February 1625-9 June 1625), Calais (November 1626), Paris (December 1626), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627-6 August 1627), Spain (26 August 1628-29 April 1629), London (18 May 1629-23 March 1630), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631), Affligem (September 1634) Title: “Without Ceres and Bacchus Venus freezes” Object type: Painting Description: (Swedish): Kopia Originalet i Gemäldegall Dresden och Kungliga Museet Bryssel Date: Unknown date Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: Height: 47 cm (18.5 in). Width: 62 cm (24.4 in). Framed: Height: 68 cm (26.8 in). Width: 83 cm (32.7 in). Depth: 7 cm (2.8 in).
 
 

Glorification of Commerce and Science

Неизвестный художник
Description (auto translated): Glorification of trade and science. Landscape with a ruin in a coastal city. In the middle are three children engaged in reading and writing, lying in front of them on the ground stacks of books and geometrical instruments. Left lurk two foxes to a group of monkeys engaged in alchemy. In the workspace left, a group of scientists around a table with a globe against the wall a bookcase. A pillar at the entrance hangs a clock. Right in the foreground are two monkeys in a group of objects that refer to fun and entertainment: musical instruments, playing cards, glasses with wine, a gammon, masks, swords, a music book and the torso of a statue. In the background dancing comedians and audience gathered for a play staged outside the village. By air Mercury's chariot rides pulled by four males. There all kinds of flying birds, including a parrot and a cockatoo. The car scatters a monkey musical, dice, masks, cards, etc. Southern Netherlands H 70 cm × W 92 cm
 
 

The Three Graces

Питер Пауль Рубенс
Artist: Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens Flemish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker Alternative names: Jan Bruegel (II), Jan Brueghel (II), Jan Brueghel the Younger Flemish painter and draughtsman Work location: Italy (1622-August 1625), Antwerp (1625-1678) Title: The Three Graces Description: The three Graces, some sort of goddesses of joy, were the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome in Greek mythology. They were a common artistic motif and Rubens—one of the Baroque’s most illustrious painters—returned to it several times. Here the Graces lift a basket of flowers in a combined effort. The artist doesn’t, however, concentrate on the mythological narrative but on rendering the shapes and movements of the female bodies. The naked skin appears warm and alive before the viewer’s eyes. Date: from circa 1620 until 1625 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: Height: 111 cm (43.7 in). Width: 64 cm (25.2 in). Framed: Height: 135 cm (53.1 in). Width: 90 cm (35.4 in). Depth: 13 cm (5.1 in).
 
 

Rispah, published 1812

Джозеф Мэллорд Уильям Тернер и Роберт Данкартон
Joseph Mallord William Turner and Robert Dunkarton British, 1744 - 1811/1817 Rispah, published 1812 mezzotint and etching