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Permoser-Statuen

Permoser Statues

Balthasar Permoser
1720-25

Schwerin /  Permoser-Statuen

Description

Fourteen - originally sixteen - sandstone statues of Greek and Roman gods and goddesses along the water in the castle garden. The statues were made around 1720/25 for the park of a villa in Hamburg, since 1752 they are in the castle garden of Schwerin, and 1960/63 replaced by copies.

  1. Winter
  2. Frühling / Spring
  3. Faun
  4. Faunin / Female faun
  5. Herbst / Autumn
  6. Sommer / Sommer
  7. Venus
  8. Apollo
  9. Merkur / Mercurius
  10. Bacchus
  11. [Raub der Proserpina /
    The Rape of Proserpina]
  12. [Herkules, den Antäus würgend /
    Hercules strangling Antaeus]
  13. Flora
  14. Ceres
  15. Diana
  16. Herkules / Heracles

Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Winter
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Frühling / Spring
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Faun
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Faunin / Female faun
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Herbst / Autumn
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Sommer / Sommer
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Venus
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Apollo
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Merkur / Mercurius
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Bacchus
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
[Raub der Proserpina]
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
[Herkules, den Antäus würgen]
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Flora
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Ceres
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Diana
Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen
Herkules / Heracles

Schwerin - Permoser-Statuen

Sculptor

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Tags

  • Apollo
  • Bacchus
  • Ceres / Demeter
  • Diana / Artemis
  • Faun
  • Flora
  • Hercules / Heracles
  • Mercurius / Hermes
  • Permoser, Balthasar
  • Seasons, Four
  • Venus
  • Locatie (N 53°37'11" - E 11°24'53")

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    Item Code: demv208; Photograph: 5 August 2016
    Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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    © Website and photos: René & Peter van der Krogt