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Collector's Cabinets in Painting

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an almost sacred space, destined for the worship of art ...
room saturated with works of art and objects of curiosity, sometimes with allegorical content ...

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Collector's Cabinets in Painting

  1. 1. an almost sacred space, destined for the worship of art ... room saturated with works of art and objects of curiosity, sometimes with allegorical content ...
  2. 2. ... paintings heavy with symbolism and allegory, reflection of the intellectual preoccupations of the age, including the cultivation of personal virtue and the importance of connoisseurship
  3. 3. Collector's Cabinets in Painting
  4. 4. Charles Willson Peale The Artist in His Museum L'artiste dans son musée 1822 Pensylvania Academy of Fine Arts the artist invites the viewer into his museum ... a dead wild turkey with Peale's taxidermic tools, the bald eagle, a paddlefish from the Allegheny River bones of a mastodon, the assembled skeleton from behind the curtain was the museum's main attraction shelves full of animal species and a woman who represents the power of the museum to inspire feelings of admiration and wonder in the face of the sublime
  5. 5. Jan Brueghel the Elder and Peter Paul Rubens Jan Brueghel l'Ancien, Pierre Paul Rubens The Sense of Sight Allégorie de la vue 1617 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid Cupid shows Venus a painting The Healing of the Blind Man, which alludes to the recovery of sight through one of Christ´s miracles and thus touches on both physical and spiritual vision …
  6. 6. Jan Brueghel the Elder, Hendrick van Balen, Gerard Seghers Jan Brueghel l'Ancien, Hendrick van Balen, Gerard Seghers Allegory of Sight and Smell Allégorie de la vue et de l'odorat 1618 Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid a palace filled with paintings and sculptures, allegorical figures and flowers ... a cherub presents a bouquet of flowers to the allegory of smell and a woman who represents sight contemplates herself in a mirror held by another cherub painting The Healing of the Blind Man by Frans Francken II, allegorical figures recall the style of Hendrik van Balen, landscapes the styles of Jan Wildens and Joos de Momper mythological images of female nudes, including a small bacchanal, the Judgment of Paris and hanging along the corridor Vulcan Surprising Venus and Mars
  7. 7. Jan Brueghel the Elder, Hieronymus Francken the Younger Jan Brueghel l'Ancien, Hieronymus Francken le Jeune The Archdukes Albert and Isabella Visiting a Collector's Cabinet Les Archiducs Albert et Isabella visitant le cabinet d'un collectionneur Walters Art Museum, Baltimore a private gallery or cabinet of the Flemish collector … Archdukes Albert and Isabella, the Habsburg governors of the Southern Netherlands paintings by Flemish artists, numerous sculptures including the bronze Allegory of Architecture by Giambologna, a stuffed bird of paradise, from the Spice Islands a large sunflower turning toward Albert and Isabella instead of toward the sun the dog appears to have two heads which is a result of the underpainting coming through the surface
  8. 8. Adriaen van Stalbemt, Hieronymus Francken the Younguer Adriaen van Stalbemt, Hieronymus Francken le Jeune The Sciences and Arts Les Sciences et les Arts 1650 Museo del Prado, Madrid paintings and art objects a painting recalling the destruction of artworks by Protestants in the late sixteenth century, a painting shows Minerva and Fame saving Painting from the attack of another figure who represents Ignorance ... allusions to how Science and the Arts were protected in the Catholic Low Countries but not in the Protestant North
  9. 9. Jan Van Kessel the Elder, Jan van Kessel l’Ancien An Allegory of Sight, A view of a collector's cabinet Cabinet d’amateur avec Vénus à sa toilette 1660 Private collection an allegory of the vision ... Venus or Juno, with a mirror, a Amor or putto a river landscape with the city of Antwerp in the background coins and shells indicate exoticism, knowledge but points to vanities a still life with fruit and oysters and the painting 'Christ Healing the Blind’ … the oysters stands for the seduction of man by the vision and the consequent shallowness of his existence
  10. 10. Johann Zoffany The Tribuna of the Uffizi La Tribune des Offices 1772-1778 Royal Collection, Windsor Castle an epitome of the works in the Medici collections, a group of connoisseurs and members of the nobility admiring works of art in the Tribuna ... Annibale Carracci, Venus with a Satyr and Cupids Raphael, Madonna della seggiola Correggio, Adoration of the Christ Child Raphael and workshop, St John the Baptist Raphael, Madonna del cardellino Rubens, The Consequences of War Rubens, The Four Philosophers Titian, Venus of Urbino and and the unframed Guercino's workshop Samian Sibyl on the floor, acquired for the Medici collection in 1777
  11. 11. David Teniers the Younger, David Teniers le Jeune Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Gallery in Brussels L'Archiduc Léopold Guillaume dans sa galerie à Bruxelles 1651-1652 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria, the most important Habsburg collector ... David Teniers, chamberlain, court painter and keeper of the archduke’s art collection, is accompanying the scholarly collector on a visit to his gallery a purely ostentatious purpose ... to evidence of the wealth of the archduke’s picturegallery
  12. 12. David TENIERS the Younger, David Teniers le Jeune The Archduke Leopold William in his Picture Gallery in Brussels L'Archiduc Léopold Guillaume dans sa galerie à Bruxelles 1647 Museo del Prado, Madrid an art lover possessed of magnificent pictorial treasures ... this painting was sent to Philip IV of Spain, the archduke seems to have wanted to challenge it by showing that the works of his palace in Brussels could compete with the king’s collection in Madrid
  13. 13. Willem van Haecht The picture gallery of Cornelis van der Geest Le cabinet d’art de Cornelis van der Geest 1628 Rubenshuis, Antwerp one of the most prominent art collectors in Antwerp and his prominent guests … Archduke Albert and Archduchess Isabella, co-regents of the Spanish Low Countries, Rubens, Anthony van Dyck Van der Geest he proudly shows off one of the masterpieces in his collection - a Virgin Mary and Christ Child by Quentin Massys
  14. 14. Cornelis de Baellieur, Hans III Jordaens Interior of a Collector's Gallery of Paintings and Objets d’Art Intérieur d'une galerie de tableaux et d'objets d’art 1637 Musée du Louvre, Paris a collection of paintings and several curios … shell, scientific instruments, China porcelain arranged on a table mythological painting in the Italian style is shown on an easel to potential buyers
  15. 15. Gonzales Coques, Dirk van Delen An Interior with Figures in a Picture Gallery Intérieur avec personnages devant une collection de peinture 1672 Mauritshuis, The Hague a baroque splendour ... a stately interior of a palace, monumental columns made of red marble pictures, plaster sculptures, bronze items as well as prints
  16. 16. Giovanni Paolo Pannini Picture Gallery with Views of Modern Rome Galerie de vues de la Rome moderne 1757 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston commissioned by the Duc de Choiseul to commemorate his stay in Rome as the French ambassador to the Vatican ... the duke seated in the center of a fantastic art gallery, surrounded by sculptures by Michelangelo and Bernini around him hang Pannini's meticulously detailed views of Roman buildings, fountains, and monuments of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, including Saint Peter's Square, the Trevi Fountain
  17. 17. Giovanni Paolo Pannini Gallery of Views of Ancient Rome Galerie de vues de la Rome antique 1758 Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, New York City Count de Stainville, later the Duke de Choiseul, at the center with a guidebook in hand, Panini includes himself behind the chair, a gentlemen are admiring a copy of an ancient fresco Aldobrandini Wedding The Pantheon, Colosseum, Trajan's Column, the Farnese Hercules, and the Laocoön can be identified
  18. 18. olga_oes Collector's Cabinets in Painting Cabinets d'amateurs dans la peinture images and text credit www. Music The Piano Guys Ed Sheeran Thinking Out Loud created olga.e. thanks for watching
  19. 19. Collector's Cabinets in Painting Frans Francken the Younger and Jan Brueghel the Elder were the first artists to create paintings of art and curiosity collections in the 1620s. Gallery paintings depict large rooms in which many paintings and other precious items are displayed in elegant surroundings. The earliest works in this genre depicted art objects together with other items such as scientific instruments or peculiar natural specimens. Some gallery paintings include portraits of the owners or collectors of the art objects or artists at work. The genre became immediately quite popular and was followed by other artists such as Jan Brueghel the Younger, Cornelis de Baellieur, Hans Jordaens, David Teniers the Younger, Gillis van Tilborch and Hieronymus Janssens.

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