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Fertility Collection

"Fertility: A Celebration of Life and Abundance" In the realm of art

Background imageFertility Collection: Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture

Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture. SPAIN. BALEARES. IBIZA. Ibiza. Museum of Archaeology of Ibiza and Formentera

Background imageFertility Collection: The portico in wrought iron on entrance door to Champagne Louis Roederer, Reims

The portico in wrought iron on entrance door to Champagne Louis Roederer, Reims, Champagne, Marne, Ardennes, France

Background imageFertility Collection: Miracle Fire in Temple

Miracle Fire in Temple
When a mysterious flame bursts out in the temple of fertility goddess Bona Dea, the Vestal Virgins interpret it as a portent favorable to Cicero; but it is probably a trick

Background imageFertility Collection: Orthodox priest blessing the soil, Russia

Orthodox priest blessing the soil, Russia. A print from Customs of the World, Volume II Hutchinson and Co, Paternoster Row, London

Background imageFertility Collection: Cybele, or Magna Mater (Great Mother), Phrygian / Roman goddess, 1702

Cybele, or Magna Mater (Great Mother), Phrygian / Roman goddess, 1702
Cybele, or Magna Mater (Great Mother), Phrygian/Roman goddess, 1702. The goddess Cybele was associated with fertility. She was the wife of Saturn (Kronos)

Background imageFertility Collection: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)

Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)
7186067 Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving) by Saenredam, Jan (1565-1607); Private Collection; (add.info.: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres)

Background imageFertility Collection: Europe; Italy; Tuscany; Chianti; Autumn Vinyards Rows with Bright Color

Europe; Italy; Tuscany; Chianti; Autumn Vinyards Rows with Bright Color
Italy, Tuscany, Chianti, Autumn Vineyard Rows with Bright Color

Background imageFertility Collection: Europe; Italy; San Quirico; Autumn Vinyards in full color near San Quirico

Europe; Italy; San Quirico; Autumn Vinyards in full color near San Quirico
Italy, San Quirico, Autumn Vineyards near San Quirico

Background imageFertility Collection: Texas, USA, North America. Wildflowers along fenceline

Texas, USA, North America. Wildflowers along fenceline
Texas, USA. Wildflowers along fenceline

Background imageFertility Collection: Interior of The restaurant Brunel at night. Tables with glasses, knives, ofrks, glasses

Interior of The restaurant Brunel at night. Tables with glasses, knives, ofrks, glasses. Candles. Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence, Alpes Cote d Azur, France, Europe

Background imageFertility Collection: MYTHOLOGY: FRO (FREYR). Nordic-Germanic goddess of fertility, of the sun and rain

MYTHOLOGY: FRO (FREYR). Nordic-Germanic goddess of fertility, of the sun and rain. Line engraving, 19th century

Background imageFertility Collection: CYBELE

CYBELE
Mother-Goddess of Phrygia, goddess of fertility and the mountains : her priests were called corybantes

Background imageFertility Collection: Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has been presented with a national award for its work

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has been presented with a national award for its work on infertility. Dr Rosemary Williams of the gynaecology department

Background imageFertility Collection: Display of cattle at annual County Show, Devon

Display of cattle at annual County Show, Devon
Display of cattle, led by handlers, at the annual County Show, Devon. Date: 1960s

Background imageFertility Collection: North Amnerica; USA Washington; Palouse Country; Back road through the Wheat fields

North Amnerica; USA Washington; Palouse Country; Back road through the Wheat fields
USA, Washington State, Palouse, Back road through the Wheat fields

Background imageFertility Collection: Texas bluebonnets(Lupinus texensis) along white fenceline. Texas, USA, North America

Texas bluebonnets(Lupinus texensis) along white fenceline. Texas, USA, North America
Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis) along white fenceline. Texas, USA, North America

Background imageFertility Collection: Organic Runner Beans on an allotment in Cumbria UK

Organic Runner Beans on an allotment in Cumbria UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

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7335727

Background imageFertility Collection: Woman fishing for babies in a lake (colour litho)

Woman fishing for babies in a lake (colour litho)
6031875 Woman fishing for babies in a lake (colour litho) by European School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Woman fishing for babies in a lake)

Background imageFertility Collection: Venus of Willendorf: Stone age oolitic limestone carving

Venus of Willendorf: Stone age oolitic limestone carving
534289 Venus of Willendorf: Stone age oolitic limestone carving.; Universal History Archive/UIG.

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Eye01
Rafal Kulik

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Eye02
Rafal Kulik

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Eye03
Rafal Kulik

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Eye04
Rafal Kulik

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Eye05
Rafal Kulik

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Eye06
Rafal Kulik

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Eye08
Rafal Kulik

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Eye07
Rafal Kulik

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Eye10
Rafal Kulik

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Eye09
Rafal Kulik

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307174 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307173 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307168 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307167 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Ceres, 1891 (engraving)

Ceres, 1891 (engraving)
8766931 Ceres, 1891 (engraving) by Robetta, Cristofano (1462-1534); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ceres, Godess of grain)

Background imageFertility Collection: Pilgrim Fathers celebrating Thanksgiving with their Indian friends in New England

Pilgrim Fathers celebrating Thanksgiving with their Indian friends in New England
NWI4900621 Pilgrim Fathers celebrating Thanksgiving with their Indian friends in New England (fete celebree on November 30 to thank God for the first recuperation)

Background imageFertility Collection: Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres

Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres, ancient Roman goddess of agriculture
NWI4931111 Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres, ancient Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307176 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307175 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307172 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307179 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: History of the settlers and the conquete of the West: American pioneers

History of the settlers and the conquete of the West: American pioneers. Farmers sowing seeds to grow cereal in
NWI4888434 History of the settlers and the conquete of the West: American pioneers. Farmers sowing seeds to grow cereal in the Great Plains in the United States, 1800s

Background imageFertility Collection: The Ancient Roman Goddess Ceres

The Ancient Roman Goddess Ceres
3732464 The Ancient Roman Goddess Ceres; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the Ancient Roman Goddess Ceres. Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships)

Background imageFertility Collection: Baal, god of fertility and king of the gods of the Canaanites, published c.1804. Engraving

Baal, god of fertility and king of the gods of the Canaanites, published c.1804. Engraving
537292 Baal, god of fertility and king of the gods of the Canaanites, published c.1804. Engraving.; (add.info.: He reared up an altar for Baal, in the house of Baal, in Samaria)

Background imageFertility Collection: Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture)

Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture)
8822165 Venus of Sireuil, 35000-8000 BC (sculpture) by Prehistoric; Musee d'Archeologie nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Background imageFertility Collection: The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land)

The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land)
FGL5465121 The return of Joshua and Caleb with a huge bunch of grapes from the land of Canaan (Promised Land).; Fototeca Gilardi

Background imageFertility Collection: Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)

Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay)
5307166 Sculpture of Tell Halaf (clay); (add.info.: Tell Halaf. Clay Fertility Idol. approx. 5.000 BC. Ancient Near East. Anatolia (central Turkey) and Northern Syria. Tell Halaf

Background imageFertility Collection: Bust of goddess Tanit (terracotta)

Bust of goddess Tanit (terracotta)
CUL4935069 Bust of goddess Tanit (terracotta); (add.info.: Carthaginian art. Sculpture Ibiza. Museum of Archaeology of Ibiza and Formentera); AIC



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"Fertility: A Celebration of Life and Abundance" In the realm of art, ancient Carthaginian sculptures like the Bust of goddess Tanit remind us of the deep reverence civilizations held for fertility. These masterpieces capture the essence of creation and growth, symbolizing the eternal cycle of life. As we step into modern times, even wrought iron porticos on entrance doors to places like Champagne Louis Roederer in Reims pay homage to this universal concept. They serve as a reminder that fertility is not limited to nature alone but also extends to our endeavors, where innovation and creativity flourish. Throughout history, temples have witnessed miracles associated with fertility. The Miracle Fire igniting within these sacred spaces reminds us that hope springs eternal when it comes to new beginnings and the gift of life. From Phrygian/Roman goddess Cybele's depiction in 1702 artwork to Nordic-Germanic goddess Freyr's representation in line engravings from the 19th century, mythology has long celebrated deities embodying fertility. Their presence serves as a testament to humanity's fascination with abundance and prosperity. In more recent times, institutions like Huddersfield Royal Infirmary have been recognized for their exceptional work in helping couples achieve their dreams of parenthood. Such achievements highlight how science and compassion come together harmoniously in shaping lives. Nature itself showcases its bountiful beauty across continents - from wildflowers adorning fencelines in Texas' vast landscapes to vibrant vineyard rows painting Tuscany's picturesque countryside. These scenes remind us that fertility knows no boundaries; it thrives wherever there is love and nurturing care. Even agricultural events like annual County Shows proudly display cattle representing vitality and fecundity at its finest. These gatherings celebrate not just livestock but also generations-old traditions rooted deeply in rural communities worldwide. Whether it be back roads winding through North America's wheat fields or Texas bluebonnets blooming along white fencelines, the Earth's abundance is a sight to behold.