Максим Крылов

Максим Крылов

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Durer - Nativity 1504-This engraving is a restatement of the central panel of Dürer's Paumgartner Altarpiece, finished shortly before. The prominent location of the date is quite similar to the way the tablet is suspended in the Madonna on a Grassy Bench. It suggests that both of these prints may also have served as New Year's greetings. In Dürer's time the first day of the year was celebrated on Christmas Day.

Durer - Nativity 1504-This engraving is a restatement of the central panel of Dürer's Paumgartner Altarpiece, finished shortly before. The prominent location of the date is quite similar to the way the tablet is suspended in the Madonna on a Grassy Bench. It suggests that both of these prints may also have served as New Year's greetings. In Dürer's time the first day of the year was celebrated on Christmas Day.

blackpaint20: Head of Medusa Italy (probably, made) 17th century  Unknown (print-maker) The Victoria and Albert Museum

blackpaint20: Head of Medusa Italy (probably, made) 17th century Unknown (print-maker) The Victoria and Albert Museum

“The Man with the Moneybag and his Flatterers”, early 17th century, Jan Theodor de Bry after Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

“The Man with the Moneybag and his Flatterers”, early 17th century, Jan Theodor de Bry after Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

Loki is one of the major deities in the Norse pantheon. He is a son of the giant Farbauti (“cruel striker”) and the giantess Laufey. He is regarded as one of Aesir, but is on occasion their enemy. He is connected with fire and magic, and can assume many different shapes (horse, falcon, fly). He is crafty and malicious, but is also heroic: in that aspect he can be compared with the trickster from North American myths. The ambivalent god grows progressively more unpleasent, and is directly…

Loki is one of the major deities in the Norse pantheon. He is a son of the giant Farbauti (“cruel striker”) and the giantess Laufey. He is regarded as one of Aesir, but is on occasion their enemy. He is connected with fire and magic, and can assume many different shapes (horse, falcon, fly). He is crafty and malicious, but is also heroic: in that aspect he can be compared with the trickster from North American myths. The ambivalent god grows progressively more unpleasent, and is directly…

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg) St. Jerome in his Study, 1514  Engraving

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg) St. Jerome in his Study, 1514 Engraving

Phyica Hippocratea Francfort-sur-le-Main Friedrich Knoch, 1682.jpg 400×595 pixels

Phyica Hippocratea Francfort-sur-le-Main Friedrich Knoch, 1682.jpg 400×595 pixels

Saturn in profile to the left, holding an infant upside down in his right hand and a scythe in his left hand, a goat sitting behind him, a castle to left in the background, from "The seven planets" (1533)

Saturn in profile to the left, holding an infant upside down in his right hand and a scythe in his left hand, a goat sitting behind him, a castle to left in the background, from "The seven planets" (1533)

Jupiter (from The Planets) Hendrick Goltzius

Jupiter (from The Planets) Hendrick Goltzius

Hercules and Atlas, from The Labors of Hercules (1550)

Hercules and Atlas, from The Labors of Hercules (1550)

Heinrich Aldegrever, Hércules con la cierva de Cerinía, Hercules and the Hind, from The Labors of Hercules, 1550.

Heinrich Aldegrever, Hércules con la cierva de Cerinía, Hercules and the Hind, from The Labors of Hercules, 1550.