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Satyr Collection

"Exploring the Enigmatic World of Satyrs: From Mythology to Art" Delve into the captivating realm of satyrs

Background imageSatyr Collection: Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)

Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)
Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Found in the collection of the Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Background imageSatyr Collection: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn from Wind in the Willows, pub. 1913 (colour lithograph), 1913

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn from Wind in the Willows, pub. 1913 (colour lithograph), 1913

Background imageSatyr Collection: Classical Greek gods allegorised

Classical Greek gods allegorised
The classical Greek gods allegorised. Date: 18th century

Background imageSatyr Collection: Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy

Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy
Greek civilization, 3rd century. Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun. Roman marble copy

Background imageSatyr Collection: The Feast of Venus

The Feast of Venus, after 1635. Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640). Oil on canvas, 217 x 350 cm

Background imageSatyr Collection: The satyr Marsyas teaching Olympus to play

The satyr Marsyas teaching Olympus to play the Tibia or flute.. The satyr Marsyas sitting on a stone teaching the boy Olympus to play the Tibia or flute

Background imageSatyr Collection: Dionysus and two Maenads. Attic black-figured amphora, ca 550-530 BC

Dionysus and two Maenads. Attic black-figured amphora, ca 550-530 BC. Found in the Collection of Bibliothe que Nationale de France

Background imageSatyr Collection: Fancy dress party

Fancy dress party
Front cover of Pan magazine, featuring three adults in fancy dress, enjoying a glass of Vermouth. Date: 1920

Background imageSatyr Collection: A child and a satyr child playing with a goat, ca. 1657. Creator: Stefano della Bella

A child and a satyr child playing with a goat, ca. 1657. Creator: Stefano della Bella
A child and a satyr child playing with a goat, ca. 1657

Background imageSatyr Collection: Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Artist: Carracci, Annibale (1560-1609)

Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Artist: Carracci, Annibale (1560-1609)
Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageSatyr Collection: The Charming Brute (colour etching)

The Charming Brute (colour etching)
XCF290990 The Charming Brute (colour etching) by English School, (18th century); 32.5x25 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Jupiter and Mnemosyne (After Perino del Vaga), 1527. Artist: Caraglio, Gian Jacopo (1505-1565)

Jupiter and Mnemosyne (After Perino del Vaga), 1527. Artist: Caraglio, Gian Jacopo (1505-1565)
Jupiter and Mnemosyne (After Perino del Vaga), 1527. Found in the collection of Szepmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384376 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384374 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Pan and a hamadryad (mosaic)

Pan and a hamadryad (mosaic)
6384228 Pan and a hamadryad (mosaic); Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Campania, Italy; (add.info.: Pan and a hamadryad); Photo © Stefano Baldini.

Background imageSatyr Collection: Statuette of a satyr

Statuette of a satyr
7287258 Statuette of a satyr; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Statuette of a satyr. Early imperial period inspired by late classical Greek art)

Satyr playing the flute
7287222 Satyr playing the flute; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Satyr playing the flute. Roman copy, second half of the 1st century AD of an Hellenistic bronze)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Acete, held prisoner by two soldiers, narrates the deeds of Bacchus to Pentheus

Acete, held prisoner by two soldiers, narrates the deeds of Bacchus to Pentheus and his retinue of warriors
8683582 Acete, held prisoner by two soldiers, narrates the deeds of Bacchus to Pentheus and his retinue of warriors, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger

Background imageSatyr Collection: Venus gives the crown to Ariadne; on the clouds Venus, surrounded by cupids

Venus gives the crown to Ariadne; on the clouds Venus, surrounded by cupids
8683580 Venus gives the crown to Ariadne; on the clouds Venus, surrounded by cupids, offers the crown of Vulcan to Ariadne seated next to Bacchus, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger

Background imageSatyr Collection: Medea, in front of a tripod, rejuvenates the nurses of Bacchus placed in front of the sorceress in

Medea, in front of a tripod, rejuvenates the nurses of Bacchus placed in front of the sorceress in the company of
8683579 Medea, in front of a tripod, rejuvenates the nurses of Bacchus placed in front of the sorceress in the company of the god, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger

Background imageSatyr Collection: See-Saw (engraving)

See-Saw (engraving)
8630820 See-Saw (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: See Saw. Illustration for Le Musee Elegant, Les Galeries Publiques de L'Europe)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Bacchus, with his old nurses and a satyr, asks Medea leaning against a column to rejuvenate

Bacchus, with his old nurses and a satyr, asks Medea leaning against a column to rejuvenate the women
8683581 Bacchus, with his old nurses and a satyr, asks Medea leaning against a column to rejuvenate the women, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger

Background imageSatyr Collection: Statue of Dionysos with satyr

Statue of Dionysos with satyr
7287196 Statue of Dionysos with satyr; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Statue of Dionysos with satyr, dated 2nd century AD)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Statue of Dionysos with satyr

Statue of Dionysos with satyr
7287194 Statue of Dionysos with satyr; Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City; (add.info.: Statue of Dionysos with satyr, dated 2nd century AD)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384373 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384369 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium

Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium
2626593 Medici Tigurini Historiae animalium; (add.info.: Illustration of a satyr or half man half beast monster, from 'medici Tigurini Historiae animalium' Historia animalium 1564; a)

Background imageSatyr Collection: House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium

House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium
FLO4688078 House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium, tablinum with mosaic floor, and garden with statues of satyrs and cupids

Background imageSatyr Collection: Faun or satyr, after a Roman statue

Faun or satyr, after a Roman statue
3480497 Faun or satyr, after a Roman statue; (add.info.: Faun or satyr, after a Roman statue. Illustration from supplement to 'L'antiquite expliquee et representee en figures'; (vols)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Pan and Daphnis, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome

Pan and Daphnis, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
6384497 Pan and Daphnis, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Pan and Daphnis)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384370 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384368 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Bacchus places the crown of Ariadne among the constellations, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)

Bacchus places the crown of Ariadne among the constellations, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)
8683583 Bacchus places the crown of Ariadne among the constellations, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna

Background imageSatyr Collection: Title page of a 1654 edition of 'The Satyricon'. or Satyricon liber

Title page of a 1654 edition of 'The Satyricon'. or Satyricon liber
5306424 Title page of a 1654 edition of 'The Satyricon'. or Satyricon liber; Universal History Archive/UIG.

Background imageSatyr Collection: House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium

House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium
FLO4688083 House of Marcus Lucretius, Reg IX, Ins 3, 5, 24, Pompeii. View of the courtyard with impluvium, tablinum with mosaic floor, and raised garden with statue of Sylenus fountain

Background imageSatyr Collection: Dionysus and the satyr, Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy

Dionysus and the satyr, Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
6384451 Dionysus and the satyr, Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Dionysus and the satyr)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Third Period of Greek Sculpture, About 400-323 BC (engraving)

Third Period of Greek Sculpture, About 400-323 BC (engraving)
8644784 Third Period of Greek Sculpture, About 400-323 BC (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Third Period of Greek Sculpture, About 400-323 BC)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Bacchus reaches Ariadne abandoned by Theseus on the island of Naxos, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)

Bacchus reaches Ariadne abandoned by Theseus on the island of Naxos, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)
8683553 Bacchus reaches Ariadne abandoned by Theseus on the island of Naxos, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384375 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384372 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: John Flaxman's wine vase decorated with grape foliage, and a satyr grasping a ram's head

John Flaxman's wine vase decorated with grape foliage, and a satyr grasping a ram's head. Chromolithograph W
FLO4689062 John Flaxman's wine vase decorated with grape foliage, and a satyr grasping a ram's head. Chromolithograph W

Background imageSatyr Collection: Nymphs and Satyr (chromolitho)

Nymphs and Satyr (chromolitho)
8677562 Nymphs and Satyr (chromolitho) by Bouguereau, William-Adolphe (1825-1905) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nymphs and Satyr.); Look and Learn / Barbara Loe Collection.

Background imageSatyr Collection: In the Forest, 1841 (oil on fabric)

In the Forest, 1841 (oil on fabric)
XOS5879228 In the Forest, 1841 (oil on fabric) by Nanteuil, Celestin Francois (1813-73); 123.2x155.6 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageSatyr Collection: Oinochoe of red figures for the Antesteria's party (ceramic)

Oinochoe of red figures for the Antesteria's party (ceramic)
UIG5415873 Oinochoe of red figures for the Antesteria's party (ceramic); (add.info.: It depicts Dionysos, divinity of the wine, drunk and sustained by a satire. Attica, around 430 BC)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Satyr and Nymph, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome

Satyr and Nymph, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
6384494 Satyr and Nymph, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, National Roman Museum, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: Satyr and Nymph)

Background imageSatyr Collection: Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian

Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384377 Mask of a satyr, 2nd century AD, white marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome

Background imageSatyr Collection: Satyr, marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy

Satyr, marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy
6384367 Satyr, marble, National Roman Museum at the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy; Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, Rome, Italy; Photo © Stefano Baldini.



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"Exploring the Enigmatic World of Satyrs: From Mythology to Art" Delve into the captivating realm of satyrs, mythical creatures that have fascinated artists throughout history. In Richard Dadd's masterpiece, "The Fairy Fellers Master-Stroke, " we witness a whimsical depiction of these mischievous beings. One cannot ignore the allure of the Barberini Faun, a Roman marble copy portraying a slumbering or intoxicated satyr. Its intricate details and lifelike representation leave us in awe. "The Feast of Venus" transports us to an enchanting scene where satyrs revel alongside gods and goddesses, celebrating love and pleasure. Their wild nature is beautifully captured in this vibrant painting. In "The Satyr Marsyas teaching Olympus to play, " we witness not only their playful side but also their role as teachers. These half-human creatures possess wisdom beyond their untamed appearance. Silenus gathering grapes by Annibale Carracci showcases another facet of satyrs' existence – their connection with nature and wine-making traditions. This artwork exudes both serenity and vitality simultaneously. Stefano della Bella's creation takes us back to childhood innocence as we observe a child playing joyfully with a satyr child and goat. The harmonious bond between these unlikely companions reminds us that beauty lies in unexpected friendships. Classical Greek gods are often allegorized through depictions involving satyrs, emphasizing their significance within ancient mythology. These hybrid beings symbolize raw emotions, primal instincts, and untamed desires. An ancient Attic black-figured amphora depicts Dionysus accompanied by two Maenads – female followers known for their ecstatic dances during Bacchanalian rituals. Here, the presence of satyrs adds an element of chaos intertwined with divine worship.