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Peter Paul Rubens and studio of Peter Paul Rubens
Statue of the goddess Ceres in a niche, with putti putting up festoons of vegetables and fruit, tweede helft jaren 1610
Dorotheum (Vienna) 2010-04-21, nr. 27
Standbeeld van de godin Ceres in een nis, met putti die groenten- en vruchtenslingers ophangen
Frans Francken (II)
Mankind’s eternal dilemma, the choice between virtue and vice, 1633 gedateerd
London, art dealer Johnny Van Haeften (London)
Het eeuwige dilemma van de mensheid, de keuze tussen deugd en ondeugd
Dirk de Quade van Ravesteyn
Orpheus being attacked by the Thracian women
Dorotheum (Vienna) 2010-04-21, nr. 313
Orpheus wordt aangevallen door de Thracische vrouwen
follower of Anthony van Dyck
Sketch of Niobe, 17de eeuw
Moscow, Pushkin Museum, inv./cat.nr. 7381
Studieschets van Niobe
attributed to Pieter Schenk (I)
Andromeda
Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Library, inv./cat.nr. C. 1736.41.1
Andromeda
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Adonis
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Adonis (pl. XXII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Adonis
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Adonis (pl. XXIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Perseus and Andromeda
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Perseus en Andromeda (pl. XXIV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Jupiter, disguised as a satyr, approaches the sleeping Antiope
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Jupiter in de gedaante van een satyr bij Antiope (pl. XXV)
Matthijs Pool after attributed to Jan Ebbelaer
Apollo and Daphne
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Apollo en Daphne (pl. XXVI)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Diana discovers the pregnancy of Callisto
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Diana ontdekt de zwangerschap van Callisto (pl. XXVII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Hercules, in female garment, kicks Pan from Omphale
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Faun die denkt met Omphale te gaan treft Hercules die hem ruw tegen de grond werkt (pl. XXVIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
The triumph of Dionysus
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
De triomf van Bacchus (pl. XXIX)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
The triumph of Dionysus
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
De triomf van Bacchus (pl. XXX)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Silenus on his donkey, supported by two satyrs
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Silenus op zijn ezel ondersteund door twee saters (pl. XXXI)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Jupiter, in the shape of a swan, and Leda
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Jupiter in de gedaante van een zwaan met Leda (pl. XXXII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Jupiter, in the form of an eagle, and Asteria
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
De als adelaar vermomde Jupiter met Asteria (pl. XXXIV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Asteria, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Asteria, in verkort perspectief (pl. XXXV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Mars, Venus and Cupid
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Mars, Venus en Cupido (pl. XXXVII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Amor
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Amor (pl. XXXVIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Cupid and Venus maltreating Pan
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Pan mishandeld door Cupido en Venus (pl. XXXIX)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Ariadne left behind by Theseus
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Ariadne door Theseus verlaten (pl. XL)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Adonis, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Adonis, in verkort perspectief (pl. XLII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Three satyrs pursuing a nymph
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Drie saters ontvoeren een nimf (pl. XLIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Amor
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Amor (pl. XLIV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Galathea
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Galatea (pl. XLV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Galathea, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Galatea, in verkort perspectief (pl. XLVII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Mars, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Mars, in verkort perspectief (pl. XLIX)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Hesione chained to the rock, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Hesione, aan de rots geketend, in verkort perspectief (pl. LI)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Cupid, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Amor, in verkort perspectief (pl. LIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Flora, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Flora, in verkort perspectief (pl. LV)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Bacchus, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Bacchus, in verkort perspectief (pl. LVII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Venus and Cupid, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Venus en Amor, in verkort perspectief (pl. LIX)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Flora, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Flora, in verkort perspectief (pl. LXI)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Ceres
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Ceres (pl. LXII en LXIII)
Matthijs Pool after Barend Graat after Francis van Bossuit
Ceres, in foreshortened perspective
The Hague, RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History
Ceres, in verkort perspectief (pl. LXIV)
Jeremias Falck after Adolf Boy
Frontispiece of 'Machina Coelestis' (1673) by Johannes Hevelius, 1673
Gdańsk, Biblioteka Gdańska PAN (Polska Akademia Nauk)
Frontispice voor 'Machina Coelestis' (1673) van Johannes Hevelius
Anthony van Dyck after Anoniem Italië ca. 1622-1623
Ceres with a Torch on her way to Pluto's kingdom, ca. 1622-1623
Christie's (New York City) 2011-01-26, nr. 274
Ceres met een fakkel op weg naar Pluto's Rijk
Peter Paul Rubens
Study for the battle of the lapiths and the centaurs (Ovid, Metamorphoses, XII, 210-335), 1636-1637
Christie's (New York City) 2011-01-26, nr. 269
Studie voor de roof van Hippodameia (Ovidius, metamorfosen, XII, 210-335)
Lodewijk Toeput
The destruction of Troy, with the flight of Aeneas in the foreground
Amsterdam, Stichting P. en N. de Boer, inv./cat.nr. 555
De verwoesting van Troje, met de vlucht van Aeneas in de voorgrond
Jacob de Wit
Apollo and the four seasons: Flora (Spring), Ceres (Summer), Momus (Winter) and Bacchus (Autumn)
Amsterdam, Stichting P. en N. de Boer
Apollo met de vier seizoenen: Flora (de Lente), Ceres (de Zomer), Momus (de Winter) en Bacchus (de Herfst)
Hans Bol
Perseus defeats the sea monster, Brussels and the Notre Dame de la Chapelle in the distance
Amsterdam, Stichting P. en N. de Boer, inv./cat.nr. 663
Perseus verslaat het zeemonster, op de achtergrond Brussel en de Notre Dame de la Chapelle
circle of Frans Wouters
Forest landscape with Jupiter, disguised as Diana, bending over the reclining Callisto, ca. 1625-1674
Sotheby's (Amsterdam) 2008-11-11, nr. 65
Boslandschap met Jupiter vermomd als Diana buigend over Callisto
Hendrick Goltzius after Bartholomeus Spranger
Wedding of Cupid and Psyche, 1587 gedateerd
Amsterdam, Rijksprentenkabinet, inv./cat.nr. RP-P-1881-A-4866X
Bruiloft van Cupido en Psyche (Apuleius, Gouden ezel, bk. 4-6)
after Hendrick Goltzius
Marriage of Cupid and Psyche, na 1587, vermoedelijk wel 17de-eeuws
The Hague, art dealer Dorus Hermsen, inv./cat.nr. 8 (cat. 1936)
Huwelijk van Cupido en Psyche
after Peter Paul Rubens
Mercury escorting Psyche to Mount Olypmus and her marriage with Amor, na 1633
Bonhams (London (England)) 2010-12-08, nr. 64
Mercurius begeleidt Psyche naar de Olympus en haar huwelijk met Amor
circle of Willem van Mieris
Sleeping Diana with her nymphs
The Hague, Foolscap Fine Art
Slapende Diana met nimfen
Isaak van den Blocke
Series of 25 paintings decorating the ceiling of the so called Red Hall (Ratusz Główny) in the town hall of Gdansk, 1604-1608 of 1606-1609
Gdańsk, Muzeum Historycznege Miasta Gdańska (Ratusz)
Reeks van 25 plafondschilderingen in de Rode zaal (Ratusz Główny) in het raadhuis van Gdansk
Abraham Bloemaert
The slaying of the Niobids, 1650 gedateerd
Saint Petersburg (Russia), Hermitage, inv./cat.nr. 240
De dood van de kinderen van Niobe
Nicolaas Verkolje and Jan van Huijsum
The rape of Proserpina
Apsley House (London), Wellington Museum
De roof van Proserpina
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