Lucas van LEYDEN

Lucas van Leyden (Leiden, 1494 – 8 August 1533, Leiden), also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, was a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art.
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The Poet Virgil Suspended in a Basket (Block 6 from a series of 6, The 'large' Power of Women) (c. 1520)

The Poet Virgil Suspended in a Basket (Block 6 from a series of 6, The 'large' Power of Women) (c. 1520)

The Daughter of Herodias Presenting the Head of John the Baptist to Herod and Herodias (Block 6 from a series of 6) (1516-19)

The Daughter of Herodias Presenting the Head of John the Baptist to Herod and Herodias (Block 6 from a series of 6) (1516-19)

The Promenade (1520)

The Promenade (1520)

Potiphar's Wife Accusing Joseph (from a series of five 'The Story of Joseph') (1512)

Potiphar's Wife Accusing Joseph (from a series of five 'The Story of Joseph') (1512)

Musicians (1524)

Musicians (1524)

Milk-maid (1510)

Milk-maid (1510)

Mars, Venus and Cupid (1530)

Mars, Venus and Cupid (1530)

Golgotha, The Crucifixion (1517)

Golgotha, The Crucifixion (1517)

Coat-of-arms with a Mask Held by Two Genii (1527)

Coat-of-arms with a Mask Held by Two Genii (1527)

Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalen as a Gardener (1519)

Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalen as a Gardener (1519)


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Old Master & British Paintings Evening Sale | Sotheby's

Old Master & British Paintings Evening Sale | Sotheby's

All sizes | Henri de Ferrières, Les Livres du roy Modus et de la royne Ratio 314 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Henri de Ferrières, Les Livres du roy Modus et de la royne Ratio 314 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This puzzles me. It's in Ingolstadt. Inscribed SAMAVCA II. -- any offers? Currently. my best guess is that this depicts the unfortunate woman who was the lover of the legendary Virgil (but she is usually named Febilla) who punished her for his public humiliation of him [suspended in a basket outside her window] by causing all the fires in Rome to go out which can only be relit at her..... [hence the small boy/putto with flaming torch bottom right, and her exposed posterior!]

This puzzles me. It's in Ingolstadt. Inscribed SAMAVCA II. -- any offers? Currently. my best guess is that this depicts the unfortunate woman who was the lover of the legendary Virgil (but she is usually named Febilla) who punished her for his public humiliation of him [suspended in a basket outside her window] by causing all the fires in Rome to go out which can only be relit at her..... [hence the small boy/putto with flaming torch bottom right, and her exposed posterior!]

Daniel Hopfer, kiedyś: św Agnieszka, obecnie: Ysifile/Febilla z płonącym kroczem, miedzioryt, przed 1536.

Daniel Hopfer, kiedyś: św Agnieszka, obecnie: Ysifile/Febilla z płonącym kroczem, miedzioryt, przed 1536.

an iron cast fire back from France with 'the bouche de verité'

an iron cast fire back from France with 'the bouche de verité'

Wineglass or sweetmeat cup (confittiera) with scenes of Virgil and Febilla, ca. 1475–1500 Venice (Murano), Barovier Glass House Enameled and gilded glass; 8 1/2 x 4 7/8 in. (21.6 x 12.4 cm) Inscribed: VERBLIO; VENITE Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Wineglass or sweetmeat cup (confittiera) with scenes of Virgil and Febilla, ca. 1475–1500 Venice (Murano), Barovier Glass House Enameled and gilded glass; 8 1/2 x 4 7/8 in. (21.6 x 12.4 cm) Inscribed: VERBLIO; VENITE Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Virgil in the Basket -- the popular late medieval Legend of Virgil told of his infatuation with the Emperor's daughter. She tured of him and when he climbed into a basket to be hauled up to her room for a secret nighttime assignation, she left him stranded half way up for all the citizens of Rome to laugh at in the morning. A uniface plaquette of this subject in the NGA's Kress collection is regarded as a 'cap-badge', so perhaps this which I found in a recent numismatic sale -- COMMENT

Virgil in the Basket -- the popular late medieval Legend of Virgil told of his infatuation with the Emperor's daughter. She tured of him and when he climbed into a basket to be hauled up to her room for a secret nighttime assignation, she left him stranded half way up for all the citizens of Rome to laugh at in the morning. A uniface plaquette of this subject in the NGA's Kress collection is regarded as a 'cap-badge', so perhaps this which I found in a recent numismatic sale -- COMMENT

Twelve astrologers pagans ( including aristotle, virgil, seneca ) interpret the constellations. Book of Destiny in Versi. Germany central, xiv sec.

Twelve astrologers pagans ( including aristotle, virgil, seneca ) interpret the constellations. Book of Destiny in Versi. Germany central, xiv sec.

The Mouth of Truth ("Bocca della verita") (Block 1 from a series of 6 , The…

The Mouth of Truth ("Bocca della verita") (Block 1 from a series of 6 , The…

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