Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Venus
With Amor Alone Not interactingVenus standing
Hercules
Myths Labours CerberusHercules attacking Cerberus but not yet pulling him
Apollo
MythsApollo and the Python
Mercury
Single figure StandingPost-classical
AttributesMagpie
Minerva
With other figuresMars
Bacchus
With other figures IndividualsSatyr
Muses
With other figuresApollo Miscellaneous
AllegoriesFountain of the Muses
Niobe and the Niobids
Myths Massacre of the Niobids by Apollo and Diana
Io
Io, Argus and Mercury Mercury with the dead Argus
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Flora and Fauna
BirdsSwan
BirdsRaven
BirdsChicken, Hen, Cock
PORTRAITS
Professions and trades
Authors and philosophers ClassicalOvid
Authors and philosophers ClassicalVergilMiscellaneous
Authors and philosophers ClassicalHorace
Authors and philosophers ClassicalMartial
Authors and philosophers ClassicalJuvenal
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Symbols
Raven
Cock or Cockerel
Swan
Further details
Cf. the image of the author in Conrad Celtis' Amores, Nuremberg 1502
ARTIST/CREATOR
Traut, Wolf (c1480-1520) (attributed)
DATE
circa 1502
LOCATION
New York, art market (1974)
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Peter Luh, Kaiser Maximilian gewidmet. Die unvollendete Werkausgabe des Conrad Celtis und ihre Holzschnitte, Frankfurt am Main 2001, pp. 123-55
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
Contact
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