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‘Bellona Leading the Imperial Armies against the Turks’, 1600 by Jan Harmensz Muller (Dutch, after Bartholomaus Spranger (Netherlandish, Baroque Painting, Baroque Art, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Arte Obscura, Engraving Illustration, Biblical Art, Angel Art, Old Art

“Supercharged” Jan Harmensz Muller

This engraving from 1600 is by Jan Harmensz Muller (1571–1628), who engraved the design after a painting by Bartholomeus Spranger(1546–1611). It is of Bellona (the Roman goddess of war) leading the Imperial Armies against the Turks. This masterpiece is in the collection of the MFA Boston and it is an eye-popper. Be sure to click…

March is named after Mars, the Roman God of war. Here’s a print of Mars sitting on a cloud. Mythology Books, Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology, Antique Illustration, Illustration Art, Medieval Drawings, Medieval Art, Aries Art, God Tattoos

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Plate 4: March. The Roman god Mars seated on a cloud at centre, in armour and holding a sword and a spear; the zodiacal sign of Aries beyond. 1698 Engraving

Ops (Opis) Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Italian, Parma or Verona ca. French History, Art History, Alchemy Art, Satanic Art, Linoprint, Wood Engraving, Old Master, Gravure, Adult Coloring Pages

Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio | Plate 2: Ops standing in a niche with her hands at her breasts, looking to her left, with animals behind her, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses | The Met

Inscription: Bottom right corner, in printed text: 2; bottom center, in printed text: OPIS SATVRNI CONIVNX MATERQVE DEORVM On verso at top center in pen and ink: P. Mariette 1677Marking: On verso at lower left, stamped in black ink: DOUBLETTE / DER / ALBERTINA [inscribed in a rectangle] (Lugt 5h)

January is named after the Roman god Janus. He had two faces to see the future and the past! This engraving of Janus by Dutch artist Jacobus Harrewyn was made in Source: British Museum. British Museum, Tarot, Mythological Characters, Sphinx, Arte Obscura, Esoteric Art, Greek And Roman Mythology, Janus, Dutch Artists

Image gallery: The Months / Ianus. Ianuarius

Recto Plate 2: January. The Roman god Janus seated on a cloud at centre, holding a large key and a mirror (?) with number '365'; the zodiacal sign of Aquarius beyond. 1698 Engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum

 The Roman goddess Juno on a cloud at centre, holding a peacock and a sceptre; the zodiacal sign of Cancer beyond. 1698 Engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum Juno Goddess, Bible Tattoos, Alchemy Art, Tarot, Esoteric Art, Occult Art, Scratchboard, Greek Art, Gods And Goddesses

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Recto Plate 7: June. The Roman goddess Juno on a cloud at centre, holding a peacock and a sceptre; the zodiacal sign of Cancer beyond. 1698 Engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum

Bacchus - gravur by Polidoro da Caravaggio Caravaggio, Roman Gods, Arte Obscura, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Engraving Art, Scratchboard, Bacchus, Greek Art, Guy Drawing

Beard, Briar & Rose: Photo

Edward Burne-Jones, Stella Tennant, Beards, Silliness, Melancholia, Mcqueen and Other Beautiful Things. Personal website - jasonkinney dot art.

Plate Thetis standing in a niche with a shell and sea creature, pouring water out of a vase, looking to her left, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses - Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio / After Rosso Fiorentino Ceres Goddess, Sacred Plant, Roman Mythology, Sea Monsters, Gods And Goddesses, British Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Sea Creatures, Art Google

Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio | Plate 14: Ceres in a niche, facing right, standing over a two-headed snake and holding a half-moon sickle in her right hand and a torch in her left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses | The Met

Inscription: Bottom right corner, in printed text: 14; bottom center, in printed text: ALMA CERES DOCVIT SEGETVM SPEM CREDERE SVICISOn verso at top center in ink: P. Mariette 1677Marking: On verso at lower left, stamped in black ink: DOUBLETTE / DER / ALBERTINA [inscribed in a rectangle] (Lugt 5h)

Haig’s Indiosyncratic & Incomplete History of Engraving – metal on metal Hans Von Aachen, Metal On Metal, Crows Ravens, Metal Engraving, Rodin, Amazon Art, Faeries, Celtic, Statue

Bellona (goddess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bartholomeus Spranger 1600