Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Hercules
Myths ExploitsHercules and Hesione
Orpheus
Myths Death of Orpheus Orpheus killed by BacchantesBacchantes spearing Orpheus
Myths Death of Orpheus Bacchus transforming the Bacchantes into trees
Midas
Judgement of Midas Apollo, Pan and Midas only Midas with ass's ears
Midas, Silenus and Bacchus Silenus brought to Midas
Midas, Silenus and Bacchus Midas brings Silenus to Bacchus
Midas, Silenus and Bacchus The food Midas touches turns to gold
Midas, Silenus and Bacchus Midas bathes himself in the river Pactolus
Peleus
Myths Peleus' cattle attacked by a wolf
Myths Peleus and Thetis MythsThetis transforming herself
Alcyone and Ceyx
Shipwreck of Ceyx
Ceyx enters the ship
Historia Troiana
The First Destruction of Troy The building of the first Troy With the help of Neptune and Apollo or Hercules
Hesperia and Aesacus
Chione
Chione's grieving father Daedalion leaps to his death and is turned into a hawk by Apollo
LITERATURE
Ancient
OvidMetamorphoses CyclesRouen 1626 (copies after Merian after Gaultier after Franco)
OvidMetamorphoses Book XI
Further details
Close copy after an engraving by Gaultier (edition Paris 1606), which in turn copies the an illustration by Giacomo Franco (edition Venice 1584)
ARTIST/CREATOR
Blanchin, Jean (active Paris, first half 17th century)
DATE
1626
LOCATION
n/a
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)Les Metamorphoses d'Ovide traduites en prose Fran├žoise, Rouen (Berthelin), 1626
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich, Ikonographisches Repertorium zu den Metamorphosen des Ovid, vol. 1: Sammeldarstellungen, Berlin 2004, no. E17, B115
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
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