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Jupiter was so taken with Ganymede´s beauty that he transformed into an eagle to carry him off to Mount Olympus, where he became his cup-bearer. Rubens drew this story from the classical poet, Ovid´s Metamorphoses (X, ). He depicts the moment when the eagle catches the young shepherd and lifts him into the air. The diagonal composition has a distinctly ascending sense . The book follows a Nazi SS officer named Hans Josef Wagemueller who manages to fight his way out of Czechoslovakia in the waning days of World War II, only to flee Germany and join the French.
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The Nazi Abduction of Ganymede traces the development of a postwar West German literary tradition that participated in parallel developments in philosophy, psychoanalysis, and popular culture, all of which continued to find new ways to link homosexuality with : Gary D.
Schmidt. The Nazi Abduction of Ganymede traces the development of a postwar West German literary tradition that participated in parallel developments in philosophy, psychoanalysis, and popular culture, all of which continued to find new ways to link homosexuality with fascism.
The Rape of Ganymede. If the picture (for the present description is taken from a print) be really by Rembrandt, his intention must have been to burlesque the mythological subject above stated, for he has represented the beautiful Ganymede as a great lubberly child, with a blubbering grimace of countenance, sprawling, with extended arms, in the Artist: Rembrandt.
Get this from a library. The Nazi abduction of Ganymede: representations of male homosexuality in postwar German literature. [Gary Schmidt]. There is a lot going on in this book but the overall premise and goal of the book was pretty simple; to get the Ganymede out of the marsh and into the river to deliver to the other side of the war.
This is the main issue the whole book deals with and at times I found it to be a bit tedious. I understand that the Ganymede was The Nazi Abduction of Ganymede book to provide /5(52). Buy The Nazi Abduction of Ganymede by Gary Schmidt from Waterstones today.
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"The abduction of Ganymede" The New York Public Library Digital Collections In Greek mythology, Ganymede / ˈ ɡ æ n ɪ m iː d / or Ganymedes / ɡ æ n ɪ ˈ m iː d iː z / (Ancient Greek: Γανυμήδης Ganymēdēs) is a divine hero whose homeland was Troy.
Homer describes Ganymede as the most beautiful of mortals, and in one version of the myth Zeus falls in love with his beauty and abducts him in the form of an eagle to serve as cup-bearer in Olympus.
The Nazi Abduction of Ganymede: Representations of Male Homosexuality in Postwar German Literature (Studies in Modern German Literature,): ISBN () Softcover, Peter Lang Publishing, The Abduction of Ganymede.
Fernandes de Sá () Jardim da Cordoaria, Porto, Portugal. The first work of Fernandes de Sá, “The Abduction of Ganymede,” was born inan admirable proof of assimilation of the spirit of French art then taught by the Masters Falguière and Puech two vanguard of opposition to the aesthetic revolutionism Rodin.
The Abduction of Ganymede is a painting of Ganymede by the Dutch Golden Age painter Rembrandt in the collection of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. This painting was documented by Hofstede de Groot inwho wrote: "Artist: Rembrandt.
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Abduction of Ganymede Oil on canvas, x cm Gemäldegalerie, Dresden: Catalogue number: Bredius Among the mythological subjects, the Abduction of Ganymede and the Danaë (, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg) are outstanding examples of Rembrandt's sense of high-pitched drama and expressive chiaroscuro.
The Abduction of Ganymede depicts lively mythical figures frozen in de, the son of King Tros, who gave his name to the city of Troy, was the most beautiful youth alive and therefore chosen by the gods to be Zeus’ cupbearer.
Looking closely: interpreting Rembrandt’s 'The abduction of Ganymede' Special lecture by Dr Barbara Gaehtgens. The abduction of Ganymede – an early work by Rembrandt van Rijn – has puzzled many generations of Rembrandt scholars.
The painting illustrates the classical Greek myth of the abduction of Ganymede, most beautiful of male mortals, by an eagle-guised. Ganymede most commonly refers to. Ganymede (mythology), Trojan prince in Greek mythology Ganymede (moon), Jupiter's largest moon, named after the mythological character Ganymede, Ganymed or Ganymedes may also refer to.
Ganymede (band), a s American band Ganymed (band), a s Austrian disco band Ganymedes (eunuch), tutor of Arsinoe IV of. Ganymede, Greek Ganymēdēs, Latin Ganymedes, or Catamitus, in Greek legend, the son of Tros (or Laomedon), king of e of his unusual beauty, he was carried off either by the gods or by Zeus, disguised as an eagle, or, according to a Cretan account, by Minos, to serve as compensation, Zeus gave Ganymede’s father a stud of immortal horses (or a .Ganymede Abducted by the Eagle (c.
) is a painting by the Italian late Renaissance artist Antonio da is housed in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, : Antonio da Correggio. According to Pliny, writing in his Natural History in CE, depictions of the story of Ganymede, and his abduction in particular, changed in about BCE, when Leochares cast a wonderful bronze sculpture showing Ganymede being carried off by an eagle.
Sadly the original is long lost, but this marble copy remains in the Vatican today.