AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA

AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA

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AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA, Vol 2020 No 2 (2020), 13–59

Apuleiův Zlatý osel a antická literární tradice v umění rudolfínské doby

[The Golden Ass of Apuleius and the Classical Literary Tradition in the Visual Arts of the Rudolphine Period]

Pavla Savická

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/24647055.2021.2
zveřejněno: 02. 08. 2021

Abstract

The study follows fortunes of the famous Ancient Roman novel and its impact on the visual arts in the early modern period. Special attention is paid to the Rudolphine art and to the distinctive transformation of the theme of Cupid and Psyche at the court of the emperor. It deals with various changes in meaning of the iconography as it traveled through time, space, and different media and suggests diverse possible readings of works inspired by Apuleius's Golden Ass.

Klíčová slova: Apuleius; Rudolf II; The Golden Ass; Metamorphoses; Cupid; Psyche; Bartholomeus Spranger; Joseph Heintz; Matthäus Gundelach

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