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C 1700 Collection

"C 1700: A Glimpse into Mythological Tales and Heroic Feats" Step back in time to the early 18th century

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Vignette with Mercury, Minerva and Justice, David Coster, c. 1700 - in or before 1752

Vignette with Mercury, Minerva and Justice, David Coster, c. 1700 - in or before 1752

Background imageC 1700 Collection: angel appears to Hagar, J. Alexander Janssens, c. 1700

angel appears to Hagar, J. Alexander Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Death of Achilles, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Death of Achilles, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Achilles mourns the death of Patroclus, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c

Achilles mourns the death of Patroclus, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Achilles fights with river god Scamander, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens

Achilles fights with river god Scamander, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Achilles injures Telephos, print maker: J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c

Achilles injures Telephos, print maker: J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Achilles and the daughters of Lycomedes, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c

Achilles and the daughters of Lycomedes, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Thetis dips Achilles in the Styx, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Thetis dips Achilles in the Styx, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Achilles taught by Chiron, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Achilles taught by Chiron, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Thetis Achilles stops in fire, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Thetis Achilles stops in fire, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Thetis lubricates Achilles with ragweed, print maker: J

Thetis lubricates Achilles with ragweed, print maker: J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: captures Peleus Thetis, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

captures Peleus Thetis, J. Alexander Janssens, Victor Honore Janssens, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Arcadian Landscape with Fishermen, Jan van Huysum, c. 1700 - c. 1749

Arcadian Landscape with Fishermen, Jan van Huysum, c. 1700 - c. 1749

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Portrait of Brechje Hooft, Widow of Harmen van de Poll, attributed to Arnold Boonen, c

Portrait of Brechje Hooft, Widow of Harmen van de Poll, attributed to Arnold Boonen, c. 1700 - c. 1729

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Plate of earthenware, Frederik van Frytom, Anonymous, c. 1670 - c. 1700

Plate of earthenware, Frederik van Frytom, Anonymous, c. 1670 - c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Range sheet of parchment covered with tempera front a Floralia with vestal

Range sheet of parchment covered with tempera front a Floralia with vestal virgins and on the back a medallion with two playing, naked children and a poem, between two cornucopias

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Farmers stabbing a creek with their flock, H. Pielmans, c. 1700

Farmers stabbing a creek with their flock, H. Pielmans, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: stone, Jan Luyken, 1695 - 1705

stone, Jan Luyken, 1695 - 1705

Background imageC 1700 Collection: source, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

source, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: mining, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

mining, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: sunrise, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

sunrise, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: Winter, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Winter, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: sun, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

sun, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: rain, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

rain, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

Background imageC 1700 Collection: storm, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700

storm, Caspar Luyken, Jan Luyken, Christoph Weigel, c. 1700


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"C 1700: A Glimpse into Mythological Tales and Heroic Feats" Step back in time to the early 18th century, where artistry flourished and mythological stories came alive on canvas. In this captivating vignette titled "Mercury, Minerva, and Justice, " painted by David Coster around or before 1752, we witness a powerful trio embodying wisdom, swift communication, and righteous judgment. Journey further into the realm of mythology as an angel appears to Hagar in J. Alexander Janssens' masterpiece from c. 1700. The ethereal presence brings solace and guidance to Hagar during her moments of despair. The death of Achilles unfolds before our eyes in another remarkable creation by J. Alexander Janssens alongside Victor Honore Janssens circa 1700. As Achilles mourns the loss of his dear friend Patroclus, he embarks on a series of epic battles that immortalize his name throughout history. Witness Achilles' fierce encounter with the river god Scamander captured by the talented duo once again. Their brushstrokes depict a clash between mortal strength and divine forces that reverberates through time. Intriguingly portrayed is Achilles injuring Telephos—an event masterfully etched onto paper by printmakers J. Alexander Janssens and Victor Honore Janssens around c. 1700—showcasing both heroism and vulnerability within one scene. Explore further as we delve into Achilles' encounters with various characters like the daughters of Lycomedes who play pivotal roles in shaping his destiny; Thetis dipping him into the Styx for invincibility; Chiron teaching him invaluable lessons; Thetis stopping him from entering fire's embrace; even Thetis lubricating him with ragweed for protection against harm—all brought to life through stunning artworks created by the Janssens duo.