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Дураки и шуты. Графика. 14-18 век

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Nov. 18th, 2009 | 05:24 pm
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Дураки и шуты. Старинные гравюры и рисунки 14-18 век.


Pieter Bruegel the Elder (After); Hendrik Hondius I (Print made by); Three Fools of Carnival; three fools playing with their fool's baubles. 1642

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GIOTTO di Bondone
No. 53 The Seven Vices: Foolishness
1306
Fresco, 120 x 55 cm
Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua



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A fool dancing with a hobby-horse mocked by children; landscape background. Illustration to the Vulgate printed by Marion for Koberger in 1520



Print made by Sebald Beham
Date
1540

The lady and the fool; whole-length female figure in profile to right in front of a grassy bench with a low fence; a fool looking over her shoulder. 1540


A couple of fools; the male figure at left holding a flask, the female fool seated at right; dragonflies and bees above the figures.
Print made by Sebald Beham
Date
1531-1550



Two couples and a fool; the two pairs of lovers seated on a grassy bench; the fool at centre between them. 1535
Print made by Sebald Beham



Printed by Heinrich Steiner
Date
1531
Heinrich Steiner (Printed by); Hans Weiditz (Print made by); Two shipwrecked men clinging to the same plank; the figure at left dressed as a fool;

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The Bocca della Verita; a female figure kneeling at right swearing an oath while placing her right hand into the mouth of a lion; a judge seated at right; a fool standing behind the woman at far r. c.1533-4
Print made by Georg Pencz

Mezzotint




A Fool and a Woman; a woman sitting under a tree at right is embraced by a fool at left who attempts to lean in and kiss her; the woman raises her right arm to try to fend him off. 1520
Engraving
Print made by Lucas van Leyden
Date
1520

Ill-matched love; five whole-length figures in an interior; an old man carressing a young woman who is stealing coins from his purse to pass them on to a young man at right; at far left a fool, in background an old woman.
1500-1520


The snare of the fowler
satirical print; print; Erhard Schön (Print made by); Satire on men being snared by young women; with fools flying through the air into the net...
Print made by Erhard Schön
Date
1530-1535



Print made by Virgil Solis
Date
1530-1562
Fools and women / Hurn Hund vnd Katzn, Rauffn Veiln vnd Kratzen (Whores, dogs and cats grapple, rasp and scratch)Satire on men being tyrannised by women; with a fool at left being beaten by a female figure standing at right; a barking dog between them; a cat on a tree branch above the fool; from a series of three plates.



Attributed to Peter Flötner
Date
1522-1546



Print made by Monogrammist WIV
Date
1525-1570
The concert; a male figure playing a flute at r; his female companion seated at left; at far left a fool.
Engraving




Nicolaas de Bruyn (Print made by); Two women inviting a fool to have a bath Engraving
Print made by Sebald Beham
Date
1541

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Print made by Franz Isaac Brun
Date
1555-1610


Print made by Franz Isaac Brun
Date
1555-1610

Print made by Franz Isaac Brun
Date
1555-1610

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A broadside satirising foolish behaviour and its cures; with an etching showing the fool-cutter treating a male figure chained to a seat at right while talking to a female figure at left; lettered throughout with German verse dialogue and a mock proclamation by the town of Narrenhausen on the wall at right
Print made by Anonymous
Date
1570-1590


An empty shield with a fool embracing a maid; at right; illustration to Johann Posthius, 'Anthologia Gnomica', Frankfurt: Rab for Feyerabend, 1579. 1579
Woodcut and letterpress

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HEYDEN, Pieter van der
The Sailing Scale
1562
Engraving, 207 x 288 mm
University Art Collection, Liège



Ship of Fools (Die blau schuyte)
1559
Engraving
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam


A broadside satirising powerful people as ignorant and stupid; with an engraving showing a group of fools piloting a ship, breaking the mast and steering towards a cliff; with letterpress title and text in three columns, and with various horizontal and vertical segments and a frame of type ornaments.(Augsburg, Mannasser: 1630
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The mill of fools; satire on the foolishness of the Catholic clergy; with a miller and his assistants emptying sacks filled with clerics into a grinder; Derschau impression.
Woodcut
Block cut by Hieronymous Andreae
Date
1520-1556


The Kiss; roundel with an embracing couple seated on a grassy bench at left; at right a man playing a lute for the female figure holding a tumbler at centre; between the two couples a fool. 1540

Anonymous (Formerly attributed to); Jan Verbeeck (Drawn by); Fools; interior with a group of fools gaping up a chimney, to right another group batteing their heads against a wall, with two figures at windows behind
Pen and brown ink, with grey wash, touched with brown wash
1548-1560 (active)


The Triumph of Folly: a procession of men wearing fools' caps with women who reward them with more caps, printed from four blocks on four sheets joined to form a continuous frieze. c.1540
Print made by Erhard Schön (
Date
1525-1542



A fool facing left; bust-length figure, resting his chin on his right hand; wearing a chain with a large medallion; a fly on his fool's cap. 1568
Print made by Hans Hanberg
Date
1568

Print made by Hans Hanberg
Date
1568


After Pieter Bruegel the Elder
The Festival of Fools. In the foreground several fools play a game of bowls; behind them two fools lead eachother by the nose; others dance, perform acrobatics, and play instruments. c.1570



After Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Date
1569
A fool trying to hatch an empty egg, after Pieter Bruegel the elder; drinking from a glass, a fool's bauble seen through the hole of the egg. 1569
Pen and brown ink

Pieter Bruegel the Elder (After); Hendrik Hondius I (Print made by); Three Fools of Carnival; three fools playing with their fool's baubles. 1642


Print made by Nicolaes Braeu (biographical details | all objects)
After Karel van Mander I (biographical details | all objects)
Date
1592 (c.)



A fool pouring the contents of a barrel into a goblet held by a young man; the fool wears a cap and is seated at left in a room; beyond is a bookshelf
Engraving-Print made by Jacob Goltzius
Date
1600 (circa)

Print made by Werner van den Valckert
Date
1610-1620



A jester, half-length, cradling in his arms his toy head of a face with its tongue sticking out. c.1630s
Published by Haye, Michel


Print made by Anthonie de Later
Date
1650 (c.)


Fritz Boehle (Print made by); A farmer preaching to pigs and geese; illustration to Brandt's 'Ship of fools'.



Luxuria (Lechery)
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Engraving
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


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After Pieter Jansz. Quast
Date
1640-1652 (published 1648-1706)


After Pieter Jansz. Quast
Date
1640-1652 (published 1648-1706)

Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz


After Pieter Jansz.
Date
1638-1678

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The Owl Face
Satire: a fool laughingly points at an owl while a young girl points at the fool. c.1753/63





Published by Francoys van Beusecom
A Dutch broadside satirising England at the time of the Second Anglo-Dutch war; with an engraving used in an earlier broadside of 1652, showing a wheel of fortune turned by the Dutch lion.



HOGARTH, William
Gin Lane
1750-51
Etching and line engraving, 359 x 341 mm
Various collections




Print made by Mair von Landshut
Date
1499 (c.)

Print made by Master ES
Date
1450-1467
The garden of love with chess-players; three couples assembled in a garden, enclosed by a fence; one lover to the right is depicted as a jester



Formerly attributed to Abraham Bloemaert
Drawn by Augustin Braun
Date
1610



Stultorum Chorea-The dance of fools; a group of fools join hands and dance in a ring around a fool playing a trumpet
Print made by Franz Hogenberg
Date
1550-1600
Schools /Styles
Netherlandish


Cordelia and the King of France on the right, Goneril and Regan on the right, both pairs leaving the hall, looking back and arguing with each other; the fool behind them, lying on a dias, and in the distance, Lear walking off with a train.
Print made by Ford Madox Brown (biographical details | all objects)
Date
1840-1867

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Comments {16}

рыбамечтромбон

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from: fly_in_fish
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 02:33 pm (UTC)
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спасибо! это здорово

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 03:43 pm (UTC)
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Не за что- рада, что понравилось:)

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sir_mmu

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from: sir_mmu
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 04:05 pm (UTC)
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Спасибо.

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:46 pm (UTC)
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Не за что:)

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Костя

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from: tam_vodopad
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 04:17 pm (UTC)
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Спасибо.

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:46 pm (UTC)
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:)

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MantridDrone

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from: mantriddrone
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 05:18 pm (UTC)
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amazing

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alisa_bordo

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from: alisa_bordo
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 06:08 pm (UTC)
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http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00077/AN00077128_001_l.jpg
вот эта гравюра была в предыдущем пост о проституции . совпадение ?

у Вас всегда такие интересные подборки ! спасибо )

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:46 pm (UTC)
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Там просто есть и плутовской момент- передача денег любовнику.

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berg_man

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from: berg_man
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 06:09 pm (UTC)
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Очень, ОЧЕНЬ ИНТЕРЕСНО!!! Спасибо!

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:49 pm (UTC)
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Не за что- рада, что понравилось:)

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nartali

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from: nartali
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 06:26 pm (UTC)
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ДА, сложно людям жилось без телевизора, развекательные картинки покупали вовсю ))

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:48 pm (UTC)
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Так и морализаторских хватало, но таких все-таки больше было:)

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marinni

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from: marinni
date: Nov. 18th, 2009 09:48 pm (UTC)
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))

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Пер Форманс

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from: 4erep_i_kosti
date: Nov. 19th, 2009 06:18 am (UTC)
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супер!)

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from: anonymous
date: Feb. 18th, 2011 03:42 pm (UTC)
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Огромное спасибо за подборку! Информация многослойная и неисчерпаема. Сама актуальность в гравюрах.

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