Parnassus by Andrea Mantegna

Parnassus

(Parnassus)

Andrea Mantegna

Early Renaissance
renaissance · queen · feather · women · dresses · happy · king
Parnassus by Andrea Mantegna
1496   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 33281
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20.01.2017
Denise U.
Art Print on Photo paper matte/satin, 80cm x 66cm, with 5cm additional border (Black).


28.02.2019
Inge U.
Everything OK
(Machine translation)

Original comment: Alles OK
Art print on Canvas glossy, 70cm x 58cm, with 4cm additional border (White) stretched on stretcher.


09.04.2018
Alejandro F.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 45cm x 37cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


28.06.2019
Steffen B.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


03.10.2020
Guest 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


03.10.2020
Guest 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.
The Parnassus, a mountain in the center of Greece, was considered in antiquity as the home of the nine muses that belonged to the retreat of the god Apollo as protective goddesses of the arts. Thus, the importance of a sanctuary of music, painting and literature was attributed to the Parnassus. The painting Parnassus by the Italian painter Andrea Mantegna leads the viewer on the legendary mountain and shows a mythological scene. Since the artist was Italian, he probably named the gods with their Latin and not their Greek names. On the rock arch stand Mars, the god of war, and the love goddess Venus, whose figure is based on ancient sculptures. On the right in a cave and wearing only a red cloak stands Vulcan, goddess and husband of Venus, in a desperate pose. In his rather dignified portrayal, he forms a clear contrast to the majestic Mars. Anteros, the avenger of unrequited love, aims a blowgun at Vulcan's genitals. In front of the arch, the nine muses dance to Apollo's play on the lyre. Right in the foreground of the picture, the messenger of the gods Mercury leans against the winged horse Pegasus. © Meisterdrucke
Parnassus by Andrea Mantegna

Parnassus

(Parnassus)

Andrea Mantegna

Early Renaissance
renaissance · queen · feather · women · dresses · happy · king
Parnassus by Andrea Mantegna
1496   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 33281
   Add to favorites


20.01.2017
Denise U.
Art Print on Photo paper matte/satin, 80cm x 66cm, with 5cm additional border (Black).


28.02.2019
Inge U.
Everything OK
(Machine translation)

Original comment: Alles OK
Art print on Canvas glossy, 70cm x 58cm, with 4cm additional border (White) stretched on stretcher.


09.04.2018
Alejandro F.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 45cm x 37cm, stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


28.06.2019
Steffen B.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


03.10.2020
Guest 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


03.10.2020
Guest 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 58cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.
The Parnassus, a mountain in the center of Greece, was considered in antiquity as the home of the nine muses that belonged to the retreat of the god Apollo as protective goddesses of the arts. Thus, the importance of a sanctuary of music, painting and literature was attributed to the Parnassus. The painting Parnassus by the Italian painter Andrea Mantegna leads the viewer on the legendary mountain and shows a mythological scene. Since the artist was Italian, he probably named the gods with their Latin and not their Greek names. On the rock arch stand Mars, the god of war, and the love goddess Venus, whose figure is based on ancient sculptures. On the right in a cave and wearing only a red cloak stands Vulcan, goddess and husband of Venus, in a desperate pose. In his rather dignified portrayal, he forms a clear contrast to the majestic Mars. Anteros, the avenger of unrequited love, aims a blowgun at Vulcan's genitals. In front of the arch, the nine muses dance to Apollo's play on the lyre. Right in the foreground of the picture, the messenger of the gods Mercury leans against the winged horse Pegasus. © Meisterdrucke
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