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Battle of Sea-Gods, Left Half of a Frieze

Battle of Sea-Gods, Left Half of a Frieze

Andrea Mantegna’s Battle of the Sea Gods may be the first print with a unified composition occupying more than one sheet. Unlike the Andrea Andreani Triumph of Caesar (1926.452.2–9) and the engravings after the... More

Battle of the Sea Gods: Right Half of a Frieze

Battle of the Sea Gods: Right Half of a Frieze

Andrea Mantegna’s Battle of the Sea Gods may be the first print with a unified composition occupying more than one sheet. Unlike the Andrea Andreani Triumph of Caesar (1926.452.2–9) and the engravings after the... More

Battle of the Sea Gods, with Envy (Invidia) on the Left

Battle of the Sea Gods, with Envy (Invidia) on the Left

Andrea Mantegna was the first Italian painter to make prints so that his work would be disseminated far and wide. This depiction of sea gods is the left half of a frieze (long narrative picture) inspired by an ... More

Battle of the Sea Gods (Right portion of a frieze)

Battle of the Sea Gods (Right portion of a frieze)

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Isola di Carturo 1430/31–1506 Mantua)

The Battle of the Sea Gods (Left portion of a  frieze)

The Battle of the Sea Gods (Left portion of a frieze)

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Isola di Carturo 1430/31–1506 Mantua)

Andrea Mantegna - Battle of the Sea-Gods

Andrea Mantegna - Battle of the Sea-Gods

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Isola di Carturo 1430/31–1506 Mantua)

The Triumph of the Sea-Gods

The Triumph of the Sea-Gods

Albrecht Altdorfer (German, Regensburg ca. 1480–1538 Regensburg)

Details of Tapestry

Details of Tapestry

Details of Tapestry. Tapestry depicting Poseidon/Neptune in chariot pulled by dolphins, warships in distance. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Details of Tapestry

Details of Tapestry

Details of Tapestry. Tapestry depicting Poseidon/Neptune in chariot pulled by dolphins, warships in distance. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Andrea Mantegna - "Battle of the Sea Gods"

Andrea Mantegna - "Battle of the Sea Gods"

"Battle of the Sea Gods" by Andrea Mantegna. Owned by Julian Alden Weir. Weir Farm National Historic Site's Collection.

Neptune
Tritonen