mudraya_ptica (mudraya_ptica) wrote,

про лебедей-2

Просто еще картинки про лебедей из Метрополитен-музея.

Arms of the Greder Family of Solothurn, Switzerland, ок. 1691–94

Terracotta aryballos, ca. 620–590 B.C., Corinth

Terracotta statue of Eros holding a swan, 3rd century B.C., Cypriot

Shield with Swan Held by Woman, Martin Schongauer, 15th century

Infantry Shield (Pavise), ca. 1450, possibly Chomutov
At the top is the coat of arms of the Saxon city of Zwickau (a red shield with three white swans), which was added to the shield at a later date.

Sacrifice of a Swan, Rome, published ca. 1599–1622

Swan, Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory (British, 1745–1784), ок. 1755

Leda and the Swan, 1753 or 1758
This statuette group is derived from a composition modeled for Sèvres by Falconet.

Leda and the Swan
Oberkampf Manufactory (French, active 1760–1843), ca. 1798

Friedrich I (1460–1536), Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach
Attributed to Franz Wolfgang Rohrich (German, 1787–1834)

Sophia (1464–1512) of Poland, Franz Wolfgang Rohrich (German, 1787–1834)

Banknote motif: the number 5 set against a scallop-edged circle of ornamental lathe work, within a rectangle with cut off corners, the top adorned with a vase and swans, the bottom with fruit and grain. Printed by Durand, Perkins, and Company (New York), ca. 1824–42

Vase with swan, ок. 1880, Haviland & Co., Paris

Vase (one of a pair), Possibly designed by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824–1887), Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (1759–present), 1876, Staffordshire
Nineteenth-century majolica, a type of earthenware covered in thick colored glazes, was first introduced by the Minton factory in 1851. Majolica, which differs from Italian sixteenth-century maiolica from which it was loosely derived, was made by a number of other English and American factories during the second half of the nineteenth century.

Vase (one of a pair)
Wedgwood's swan vases were the most imposing products that the factory made in the last century. They were available with a putto on the cover in place of the swan, and one of these variants, painted with a Classical scene by Emile Lessore (1805-1876), was among Wedgwood's exhibits at the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1878.
eighteenth century. The Wedgwood archives do not record the designer, but the French sculptor Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse(1824-1887) has been suggested.

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