30 September 2014

Jealousy in Art Addendum

As an add-on to last Friday’s blog post, Dog Report, I decided to expand on jealousy, but jealousy as captured in art, not as manifested between dogs. Here’s an eclectic sampling of Renaissance to contemporary work.
Hercules at the Crossroad or The Effects of Jealousy; engraving by Albrecht Durer, circa 1498. (multiple websites)
The Silver Age or The Effects of Jealousy; oil on panel by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1535. (www.art-prints-on-demand.com/a/cranach-the-elder/the-silver-age-or-the-eff.html)
Allegory of Jealousy; oil on canvas by Luca Ferrari (Luca da Reggio), 1640s. (multiple websites)
Paolo and Francesca; oil on canvas by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1819. (multiple websites)
Jealousy; oil on panel by Petrus Renier Hubertus Knarren, 1861. (www.artflakes.com/en/products/jealousy-1)
Jealousy; oil on canvas by Thomas (“Tom”) William Roberts, 1889. (multiple websites)
Jealousy; oil on canvas by Edvard Munch, 1895. (multiple websites)
Couple in Pub Flirt Jealousy; engraving by E.v.Muller, circa 1900. (www.hitcollect.com/product/5467/c1900-art-print-engraving-couple-in-pub-flirt-jealousy-e-v-muller.html)
Jealousy; oil on canvas by Mykola Pymonenko, 1901. (www.encyclopediaofukraine.com/display.asp?linkpath=pages\P\Y\PymonenkoMykola.htm)
Jealousy; collage by Judith Goldstein, 1997. (www.chgs.umn.edu/museum/exhibitions/joySorrow/exhibit.html)
Jealousy_1; oil on canvas by Leon Oksart. (www.leonoksart.com/)

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