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Anger (Ira), from the series of the The Seven Deadly Sins, engraved Featured Allegories,proverbs & Zodiac Signs Image

Anger (Ira), from the series of the The Seven Deadly Sins, engraved

XJF175730 Anger (Ira), from the series of the " The Seven Deadly Sins", engraved by Pieter van der Heyden (c.1530-72) and published by Hieronymus Cock (c.1510-70), 1558 (engraving) by Bruegel, Pieter the Elder (c.1525-69) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Latin quotation is taken from Ovid's Ars Amatoria; iii, 503: "Ora tument ira, nigrescunt sanguine venae" ("Their faces swell, their veins grow black with rage"); ); Flemish, out of copyright

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Father Time discovers Truth trampling Feudalism, c.1792-93 (engraving) Featured Allegories,proverbs & Zodiac Signs Image

Father Time discovers Truth trampling Feudalism, c.1792-93 (engraving)

XIR170901 Father Time discovers Truth trampling Feudalism, c.1792-93 (engraving) by French School, (18th century); Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris, France; (add.info.: Truth is being upheld by a single embodiment of Liberty, Equality and Faith; the People are symbolised by Hercules destroying the Hydra of the Triumvirate; in the background are the Nations dancing united around the Tree of Liberty;)

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The Pleasures of the Seasons: Summer, c.1730 (oil on copper) Featured Allegories,proverbs & Zodiac Signs Image

The Pleasures of the Seasons: Summer, c.1730 (oil on copper)

487841 The Pleasures of the Seasons: Summer, c.1730 (oil on copper) by Platzer, Johann Georg (1704-61); 38.1x54.6 cm; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, USA; (add.info.: Ceres, the patron goddess of summer, appears as a sculpture in a shell niche. She holds a cornucopia, denoting the abundance of the earth. Beyond the archway young men undress to swim in the river, and aquatic activities of a more erotic nature proceed in the foreground.); © Minneapolis Institute of Art; Gift of Mrs. Walter H. Ude

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