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Two Peasants Seated on a Hill (1)

Алларт ван Эвердинген
Allart van Everdingen Dutch, 1621 - 1675 Two Peasants Seated on a Hill, probably c. 1645/1656 etching
 
 

The Pointed Rock (1)

Алларт ван Эвердинген
Allart van Everdingen Dutch, 1621 - 1675 The Pointed Rock, probably c. 1645/1656 etching
 
 

The Peasants' Revenge (2)

Жак Калло
Jacques Callot French, 1592 - 1635 The Peasants' Revenge, c. 1633 etching
 
 

En v'la un, il pourrait bien être malheureux...

Оноре Домье
Honoré Daumier French, 1808 - 1879 En v'la un, il pourrait bien être malheureux..., 1862 lithograph
 
 

Brazen Serpent, from Michael Angelo, published 1829 (2)

Уильям Шарп
William Sharp after John Flaxman British, 1749 - 1824 Brazen Serpent, from Michael Angelo, published 1829 lithograph [proof before letters]
 
 

Banquet at the Crossbowmen’s Guild in Celebration of the Treaty of Münster

Бартоломеус ван дер Гельст
Description (auto translated): The shooter meal in the Voetboog Targets of St. Joris Doelen in Amsterdam to celebrate the conclusion of the Treaty of Munster, June 18 1648. Presented are: captain Cornelis Jansz Witsen (with the silver drinking horn), Lt. Johan Oetgens of Wavre (shaking his hand ), the ensign Jacob Banningh (sitting next to the big drum), Dirck Claesz Thoveling and Thomas Hartog (sergeants), Pieter van Hoorn, Willem Pietersz van der Voort, Adriaen Dirck Sparwer, Hendrick calaber, Govert van der me, John calaber Benedict Schaeck, Jan Maes, Jacob van Diemen, Jan van Ommeren, Isaac Ooyens Gerrit Pietersz of Anstenraadt Herman Teunisz the Kluyter, Andries van Anstenraadt, Christopher Poock, Hendrick Dommer Wz Paul Hennekijn, Lambregt van den Bos and William (the drummer) . On the big drum hanging a paper with a poem by Jan Vos. Through the open windows, the facade of the brewery “the Lamb” on the Singel visible. Right bring a women in a kalkoenpastei. On the table are pewter plates, stem glasses and other glasses. On the left is a large metal cooler with a wine barrel on the floor. 1648 H 232 cm x W 547 cm
 
 

De schuttersmaaltijd in de Voetboog- of St. Jorisdoelen te Amsterdam ter viering van het sluiten van de vrede van Munster, 18 juni 1648, Anonymous

Неизвестный художник
Description (auto translated): The painting of the shooter meal in the Voetboog Targets of St. Joris Doelen in Amsterdam to celebrate the conclusion of the Treaty of Munster, June 18 1648. Presented are: captain Cornelis Jansz Witsen (with the silver drinking horn), Lt. Johan Oetgens of Wavre (which shakes his hand), the ensign Jacob Banningh (sitting next to the big drum), Dirck Claesz Thoveling and Thomas Hartog (sergeants), Pieter van Hoorn, Willem Pietersz van der Voort, Adriaen Dirck Sparwer, Hendrick calaber, Govert van der me, John calaber, Benedict Schaeck, Jan Maes, Jacob van Diemen, Jan van Ommeren, Isaac Ooyens Gerrit Pietersz of Anstenraadt Herman Teunisz the Kluyter, Andries van Anstenraadt, Christopher Poock, Hendrick Dommer Wz Paul Hennekijn, Lambregt van den Bos and William ( the drummer). On the big drum hanging a paper with a poem by Jan Vos. Through the open windows, the facade of the brewery “the Lamb” on the Singel visible. Right bring a women in a kalkoenpastei. On the table are pewter plates, stem glasses and other glasses. On the left is a large metal cooler with a wine barrel on the floor. Among the show with pen written the names of the detainees. Northern Netherlands sheet: H 312 mm x W 536 mm
 
 

Midvinterblot (Swedish)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: (Swedish): Midvinterblot Object type: Painting Description: The painting shows a naked man with his head held high standing on a gilded sleigh drawn by four strong men, two pulling and two pushing. A one-eyed priest is shown in the centre of the picture with the hammer of the pagan God Thor raised above his head. In front of the priest, with his back to us, is the executioner wearing a red cloak. His head is bowed. The knife he is holding is hidden from the victim on the sleigh but we realize that, at any moment, he will drive it into the exposed chest of the naked man. The venue that Carl Larsson has created for the sacrifice is the pagan temple in Gamla Uppsala. The royal victim is the mystical King Domald and the story is taken from the famous Old Norse Prose Edda written in Iceland by Snorre Sturlasson early in the 13th century. Snorre claims that Domald was sacrificed in order to appease the gods and to bring to an end several years of failed harvests. There is no other evidence that Domald ever existed. Date: Unknown date Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: Height: 640 cm (252 in). Width: 1,360 cm (535.4 in).