Category: mannerism

Jupiter and Juno Being Received in the Heavens by Ganymede and HebePluto Riding a Chariot Descending into Hell, and Neptune in His Chariot Being Drawn by Seahorses by Giulio Bonasone, from the “Division of the Universe” series

Italian, 16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Detail from Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto Dividing the Universe by Giulio Bonasone, one of four prints depicting the “Division of the Universe”

Italian, 16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bust of Hercules and Dejanira by Giulio Bonasone

Italian, 16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sculpted heads of Jupiter and Juno by Giulio Bonasone 

Italian, 16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ornament Frieze with Winged Centaur by Giulio Bonasone after Parmigianino

Italian, 16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Two versions of The Indian Triumph of Bacchus, the first attributed to Enea Vico, after an ancient relief sculpture, and the second by an anonymous French artist after the first engraving

Italian, c. 1542/French, mid-16th century

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Combat Between Amazons and Men in front of Architectural Arcades by Enea Vico, possibly after Perino del Vaga

Italian, 1543

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Column of Antoninus and a Roman Obelisk, in an engraving by Enea Vico (top) and an etching by an anonymous artist after Vico, from the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae (bottom)

16th century

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Proserpine Changing Aesculapius into an Owl by Enea Vico after Parmigianino 

Italian (printed in Venice), 1548

engraving

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Death of Lucretia by Girolamo Mazzola Bedoli

Italian, 16th century

black chalk, brown ink, and brown wash heightened with white

private collection