1 edition of Historical illustrations of the origin and consequences of war found in the catalog.
Historical illustrations of the origin and consequences of war
|Statement||by the author of An examination of the principles which are considered to support the practice of war.|
|Series||Tract of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace -- no. 10|
|Contributions||Author of An examination of the principles which are considered to support the practice of war|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Mars and Venus. The Roman god of war, Mars, takes center stage in the Consequences of War. He stands astride with sword in hand, held low, but which is pointing toward a chaotic scene of battle. His head is turned sharply backward as he gazes upon a gorgeous nude depiction of Venus, the goddess of love.
Her head is resting on the back shoulder of : Peter Paul Rubens. Books shelved as effects-of-war: The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, We Are Called to Rise by Laura McB.
Illustration Chronicles explores a history of illustration through the images, illustrators and events of the past years.
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Rubens painted Consequences of War between and in response to the Thirty Years' War (–). The conflict's origins are complex and diverse but animosity between Protestants and Catholics played a significant role.
In addition, struggles for political power in Europe contributed to and prolonged the war. Nearly all European states fought at some point in the conflict's Artist: Peter Paul Rubens. So for several decades after the war, people liked to think of themselves as being the heroes of the war.
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Historical context Edit. Rubens painted Consequences of War between and in response to the Thirty Years' War (–). The conflict’s origins are complex and diverse but animosity between Protestants and Catholics played a significant role.
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In times of crisis, we often turn to artists for truth-telling and memory-keeping. There is no greater crisis than war, and in this sumptuously illustrated volume, we find a comprehensive visual, cultural, and historical account of the ways in which armed conflict has been represented by artists.
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What are the consequences of war? A. There are many consequences that come about from war. To name a few First you need to understand that war in and of itself, is a form of politics. By far the most damaging form, and most inefficient form of.Rubens, explaining his painting, The Consequences of War, said: The principal figure is Mars, who has left open the temple of Janus (which in time of peace, according to Roman custom, remained closed) and rushes forth with shield and blood-stained sword, threatening the people with great disaster.