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MAGIC & SCIENCE
The Elements
→ Cycles → Cycles of four → As separate allegories or personifications
→ Amsterdam Town Hall
→ Antonio Zucchi, ceiling design
→ Benediktbeuern, Kloster, Alter Festsaal (Kaspar Amort, Stephan I and Michael Kessler, 1674-1675)
→ Benediktbeuern, Kloster, Neuer Festsaal (paintings and stucco, Johann Joseph Zimmermann, 1731-1732)
→ Boucher (Tapestries, after 1763)
→ Charles Dupuis after Louis Boullogne (1718)
→ Claude Audrun (Gobelins designed by him)
→ Eichstätt, Stadtresidenz, Staircase (Johann Jakob Berg, 1768)
→ English prints, 18th century
→ Fanti, Triompho di Fortuna, 1526
→ Giulio Romano, and copies after him
→ Johann Sadeler after D. Barendz., 1587
→ Karlsruhe, Kunsthalle (Johann Michael Rottmayr, perhaps bozzetti for lost murals in the Palais Thun, Prague, 1696)
→ Le Brun (Tapestries, and prints after them), c.1670
→ Louis Desplaces after Louis Boullogne (1718)
→ Maini, Andrea (Füssen, Kloster St. Mang, Festsaal, 1721-1723)
→ Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 13002, fol. 7v (Prüfening, 1165)
→ Nicolaes Berchem (The Hague, art market)
→ Nicolaes Berchem, Vienna, Albertina, 17th century
→ Paris, Louvre, Rotonde d'Apollon (Blondel and Couder, 1819)
→ Rein, Old Refectory (Josef Adam Mölk, 1676)
→ Rigl, Vitus Felix, 1750-1751 (Bobingen, Liebfrauenkirche, Four emblems, each linked to an element)
→ Rome, Palazzo Firenze (Jacopo Zucchi, 1574)
→ Salzburg, Residenz (Rottmayr, 1689)
→ Simon Vouet, Fontainebleau, Vestibule of the Queen
→ Watteau, Designs engraved by Huquet (1729-1735)