Spis treści: The Secret Language of Art


FOREWORD

CHAPTER 1: CLASSICAL MYTH AND LEGEND   Chapter 1: THEMATIC DIRECTORY   CHAPTER 2: THE BIBLE AND THE LIFE OF CHRIST   Chapter 2: THEMATIC DIRECTORY   CHAPTER 3: SAINTS AND THEIR MIRACLES   Chapter 3: THEMATIC DIRECTORY   CHAPTER 4: HISTORY, LITERATURE, AND THE ARTS   Chapter 4: THEMATIC DIRECTORY   CHAPTER 5 SYMBOLS AND ALLEGORIES   Chapter 5: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

CHAPTER 1: CLASSICAL MYTH AND LEGEND, s. 8

Chapter 1: KEY PAINTINGS

  • Botticelli: Venus and Mars, s. 10
  • Boucher: Venus Asking Vulcan for the Armor of Aeneas, s. 12
  • Caravaggio: The Young Bacchus, s. 14
  • Carlonei/wno and Mars, s. 16
  • Redon: Apollo's Chariot, s. 18
  • Botticelli: Primavera, s. 20
  • Guercino: Detail of the ceiling of the "Sakt, Di Aurora ", s. 22
  • Mantegna: Parnassus, s. 24
  • Piero di Cosimo: A Satyr Mourning Over a Nymph, s.  26
  • Botticelli: Athene and the Centaur, s. 28
  • Picasso: Minotaur and Dead Mare in Front of a Cave, s. 30
  • Piero di Cosimo: Perseus Rescuing Andromeda, s.  32
  • Waterhouse: Hylas and the Nymphs, s. 34
  • Ingres: fupiter and Thetis, s. 36
  • Rubens: Thefudgment of Paris, s. 38
  • Klimt: Danae, s. 40
  • Moreau: fupiter and Semele, s. 42
  • Peruzzi: The Nymph Callisto on Jupiter s Chariot, s. 44
  • Raphael: The Triumph of Galatea, s. 46
  • Jacopo del Sellaio: The Story of Cupid and Psyche, s. 48
  • Titian: Venus and Adonis, s. 50
  • de Vos: The Rape ofEuropa, s. 52
  • David: The Sabine Women, s. 54

Chapter 1: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

  • Gods and Goddesses, s. 56
  • Nymphs, Satyrs, and Minor Gods, s. 62
  • Heroes and Monsters, s. 64
  • Hercules and his Labors, s. 68
  • The Trojan War, s. 69
  • Love, Mortal and Divine, s. 72
  • Tales of Transformation, s. 76
  • The Underworld, s. 78
  • Crimes and Transgressions, s. 79

CHAPTER 2: THE BIBLE AND THE LIFE OF CHRIST, s. 80

Chapter 2: KEY PAINTINGS

  • Anonymous: The Wilton Diptych, s. 82
  • Bruegel: The Fall of the Rebel Angels, s. 84
  • van Eyck: The Adoration of the Lamb, s. 86
  • van der Goes: The Fall , s. 88
  • Raphael: Vision ofEzekiel, s. 90
  • Fra Angelico: The Last Judgment, s. 92
  • Gauguin: The Vision after the Sermon, s. 94
  • Fra Angelico: The Annunciation, s. 96
  • Bellini: Madonna and Child with Saints, s. 98
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Virgin and Child with Saint Anne, s. 100
  • Quartern: Coronation of the Virgin, s. 102
  • van der Goes: Christ Child Adored by Angels, s. 104
  • Griinewald: The Isenheim Altarpiece, s. 106
  • Millais: Christ in the House of His Parents, s. 108
  • Piero della Francesca: Baptism of Christ, s. 110
  • Spencer: Resurrection with the Raising offaims s Daughter, s. 112
  • Velazquez: Christ in the House of Martha and Mary, s. 114
  • van der Weyden: The Entombmen, s. 116

Chapter 2: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

  • In the Beginning, s. 118
  • Hell and the Apocalypse, s. 120
  • Moses and the Exodus, s. 121
  • Lives of the Patriarchs, s. 122
  • Kings, Queens, and Prophets, s. 124
  • Heroes and Heroines of Israel, s. 128
  • The Virgin Mary, s. 130
  • The Life of Christ, s. 132

CHAPTER 3: SAINTS AND THEIR MIRACLES, s. 138

Chapter 3: KEY PAINTINGS

  • Caravaggio: The Martyrdom of Saint Matthexo, s. 140
  • Carpaccio: Saint Stephen Preaching, s. 142
  • Duccio: The Maestd, s. 144
  • Masaccio and Lippi: The Raising of the Son ofTheophilus, s. 146
  • Raphael: The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, s. 148
  • Carpaccio: Saint Jerome and the Lion in the Monastery, s. 150
  • El Greco: Saint Veronica with the Holy Veil, s. 152
  • Bellini: Sacred Allegory, s.  154
  • Botticelli: San Marco Altarpiece, s. 156
  • Memling: Saint Christopher, s. 158
  • Spinello: The Heavy Stone, s. 160
  • Uccello: Saint George and the Dragon, s. 162
  • di Benvenuto: Saint Catherine of Siena Intercedes with Christ to Release Palmerina, s. 164

Chapter 3: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

  • Apostles, Disciples, and Evangelists, s. 166
  • Fathers of the Church, s. 170
  • Female Saints of the Early Church, s. 171
  • Male Saints of the Early Church, s. 174
  • Later Saints and Martyrs, s. 178

CHAPTER 4: HISTORY, LITERATURE, AND THE ARTS, s. 180

Chapter 4: KEY PAINTINGS

  • Altdorfer: The Battle of Issus, s. 182
  • Delacroix: The Death of Sardanapalus, s. 184
  • Ingres: Napoleon I, s. 186
  • David: The Oath of the Horatii, s. 188
  • Blake: Antaeus Setting Down Dante and Virgil in theLast Circle of Hell, s. 190
  • Claude Lorrain: Landscape with Aeneas at Delos, s. 192
  • French School: De Consolatione Philosophiae, s. 194
  • Holbein: The Ambassadors, s. 196
  • Rembrandt: The Anatomy Lesson, s. 198

Chapter 4: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

  • Kings, Queens, and Emperors, s. 200
  • Victory and Virtue in Ancient Rome, s. 202
  • Figures of World Literature, s. 204
  • Architecture, Drama, and Music, s. 206
  • The World of Learning, s. 208

CHAPTER 5 SYMBOLS AND ALLEGORIES, s. 210

Chapter 5: KEY PAINTINGS

  • van Eyck: The Arnolfini Marriage, s. 212
  • de la Hyre: Allegory of the Regency of Anne of Austria, s. 214
  • Arcimboldo: Summer, s. 216
  • Watteau: Embarkation for the Island of Cythera, s. 218
  • Bronzino: An Allegory with Venus and Cupid, s. 220
  • Chagall: To My Wife, s. TZ'Z
  • Cousin: Eva Prima Pandora, s. 224
  • Picasso: Guernica, s. 226
  • Rubens: The Eour Continents, s. 228
  • Massys: The Moneylender and His Wif, s. 230
  • Mantegna: Pallas Expelling the Vices from the Gardenof Virtue, s. 232
  • Steen: Beware of Luxury, s. 234

Chapter 5: THEMATIC DIRECTORY

  • The Animal World, s. 236
  • The Fruits of the Earth, s. 240
  • Landscape and the Elements, s. 242
  • The Body and Soul, s. 244
  • Objects, Pastimes, and Emblems, s. 246
  • Christianity, s. 248
  • Virtues and Vices, s. 250

INDEX, s. 252
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, s. 256

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