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abduction, trope (see also rapio) 23, 81,          for Gombrich 189–90
     87, 89, 92, 94–5, 97–8, 99, 188–9             Neo-Platonic 111–12
abundance, rhetoric 13, 15, 127, 155               Ovide moralisé 122
Achilles 83, 90                                    for Plutarch 127–8, 137
Acropolis 154, 160, 166                            for Rubens 7, 17
Adonis 13, 70, 74–6, 78                         allusion, trope 21, 43, 49, 81, 83, 112,
Aeneas 21, 82, 164                                   132, 189–90
Aeschylus 37, 39, 41, 49, 113                      for Conte 81, 91, 190–91
affect (affetti) 11, 32, 43, 51, 57, 126, 159      and model-reader 91
affective aspect of form 10–11, 43,                and poesia 23
     54–5, 57, 70–71, 76, 89–91, 97, 113,       Alpers, Svetlana 3, 8, 95
     115, 122, 126, 154, 159–60                 Ammirato, Scorpione 153
Aglauros 153–4, 157, 159–60, 164                amplification, trope 45, 76, 96, 112
Agucchi, Giovanni Battista 41                   analogy, trope 22, 47, 49, 78, 90, 93,
Aguilonius, Franciscus 23, 90, 97,                   113, 120, 135, 172, 190
     115–31, 133–7, 140, 190                    anamorphosis 174–5
Alberti 14–15, 112, 119                         ancients and moderns 34, 39, 41,
   Works:                                            51–2, 98
     — Della pittura 14, 119                    Andreani, Andrea 73
Aldobrandini Wedding 172                           Works:
Alexander of Macedon 76, 88 (used                    — After Giambologna, The Rape of
     for Paris) 172–3                                   the Sabine 73
Alfonso d’Este 19, 78                           Andromeda 19, 47–8, 55
allegory, allegorical 3, 8, 21–3, 70, 76,       Aneau, Barthélemy 175
     98, 113, 115, 133, 135–6, 139, 160,        Anonymous, after Giovanni Guerra 77
     169                                           Works:
   definition 174, 175                               — Title page, Speculum Romanae
   for Erasmus 14                                       Magnificentiae 77
214 rubens and the archaeology of myth, 1610–1620


Anonymous, after Tadeo Zuccaro 131           Asclepius 47, 156–7, 163, 166–7, 170, 173
  Works:                                     ataraxia 126
    — Harpocrates, God of Silence 131        Athena (see also Minerva) 19, 39, 40,
Anthony, Mark 169                                 49, 153–7, 160, 164, 167, 171, 173–4
antiquarian culture 5–6, 11, 17, 19, 34,     Athens 94
     40, 73, 76, 85, 126–7, 130, 154, 157,   Attic, Attica 157, 163, 165, 167
     162–3, 169–70, 172, 187                 Augustine, Saint 5, 126–8, 132, 165, 170–73
Antwerp 2–6, 8–9, 11, 16, 18–19, 23,         Aurelius, Marcus 51, 169
     35, 90, 114–20, 155, 168, 187           Aurora 131–3, 136–8, 154, 188
Anubis 127, 131
Apelles 3, 34                                Bacchus (see also Dionysus) 167, 169,
Apis 126–7, 131–2                                173, 191
Apollo 13, 48, 155–6, 166, 174                 Indian triumph 167, 173
Apollodorus 5, 84, 88                        Bacon, Francis 40–41, 57, 93, 162, 187, 191
Apuleius 5, 128, 166                           Works:
archaeology, early 6                             — De sapientia veterum 40
Argos 126–7                                      — The Advancement of Learning
argument, rhetoric 4, 19, 42, 48, 57, 92,            40, 57
     94, 98, 112–13, 121, 123, 133           Bagno, Gian Francesco 172
Argus 111, 113, 115–17, 121–4, 126–8,        Balbi, family name 120
     130, 132–3, 135–6, 139, 156, 190        Banier, Abbé 154, 162
Aristotle 17, 39, 50, 57, 85, 92–3, 111      Barkan, Leonard 80
  and argument a fortiori 92                 Battus 156–7
  on categories 13                           Baudius, Domenicus 32, 46, 49, 55–7
  on cognition 120                           Beatrizet, Nicolas 45
  on enthymeme 92                              Works:
  on imagination 52                              — After Michelangelo, Tityus 45
  on language 4–5, 85                        beauty 3, 13, 16, 42, 48, 69–70, 80, 82–3,
  on memory 53–4                                 86–91, 92, 95–7, 99, 119, 161, 164
  on persuasion 48                             for Aguilonius 90
  on poetic fiction 57                         for Aristotle 92
  on proof and refutation 48                   beauty and horror 16, 48
  on tragedy 37, 47, 50, 54                    beauty, revived 42
arrangement (see also composition              beauty, thematized 86–90, 97–9
     and dispositio) 112–13, 157–8             for Ficino 111
art and nature 3, 5, 32, 39–41, 54, 97–8,      for Isocrates 95
     137–8, 155, 163                           for Junius 90
Artemis (see also Diana) 48, 156, 163,         for Lomazzo 119
     166, 173                                  for Plutarch 138
artifice, power of 9, 14–15, 23, 31–2,       Becanus, Johannes 6, 85, 170, 172
     39, 48, 53–7, 97, 112–13, 121, 136–8,     Works:
     155, 175, 189                               — Hermathena 6
Arundale, Earl of 40                             — Hieroglyphica 172
                                                                       index 215


Bed of Polyclitus 78                      Cavalieri, Tommaso 44–5
Bellori, Giovanni-Pietro 190              Cecrops 153–4, 156, 158–61, 169–3,
Belvedere Torso 191                            175
Bie, Cornelis de 39                       Cézanne, Paul 1
Blumenberg, Hans 6                        Chares 174
Bonasone, Giulio 115                      Charles I of England 40
  Works:                                  Chersiphone 173
    — Hermathena 115                      chiasmos, trope 71, 113
Borcht, Petrus van der 155                Chiron 156
  Works:                                  Choul, Guillaume du 163, 172–3
    — The Discovery of Erichthonius 155   Christ 44, 45, 51, 72, 117, 126, 128,
Borghini, Raffaello 39, 81                     135–6, 170–71
borrowing (see also quotation) 3,         Cicero 13–14, 41, 49, 84, 94
     9–10, 16, 22                           Works:
Bos, Cornelis 85, 91                          — De finibus 13
  Works:                                      — De oratore 13
    — After Michelangelo, Leda and the        — Disputationes 49
        Swan 86                           Cista mystica 167, 168, 169, 173
Brant, Isabella 21, 51, 70, 72            Clarot, Joseph Adrianus 38
Brescia, Giovanni Antonio 33                Works:
  Works:                                      — Print after Ribera, Prometheus
    — Engraving after Laocöon 33                  Bound 38
Brueghel, Jan (Elder) 135                 Clement of Alexandria 117, 127, 169
  Works:                                  Cleopatra 169
    — The Allegory of Sight 134ff, 135    Cleyn, Francis 12
Bucephalus 76                             Clytemnestra 71, 87–8
Burton, Robert 98                         Codex Pighianus 80
                                          Cogitatio 52
Caesar Augustus 169                       Colantuono, Anthony 96
Callimachus 9                             collecting, collections 5–6, 35, 120, 132,
Callisto 156                                   159–60, 162, 164, 187–8, 191
Callistratus 48                           Colie, Rosalie 162
Campbell, Stephen 10                      Colin, R. 270
Canter, Willem 37                           Works:
Caravaggio 3                                  — Engraving after Rubens, Three
Cardano, Girolamo 162                             Motifs of a Cista Mystica 270
Carleton, Sir Dudley 35, 187              color 116, 119–20, 123, 127–8, 132–7
Carracci 3, 8, 17, 39, 41                   for Aguilonius 116, 119–20, 137
Carroll, Margaret 98                        for Alberti 119
Cartari, Vincenzo 4                         colorito 9, 41–2, 78–9, 99, 134
Castor 69, 71–2, 76, 85–7, 90               and deception 127–8
Catholic, Post-Tridentine perspective       and gems 130
    23, 132, 136, 172                       and light 116, 119, 130, 133, 135
216 rubens and the archaeology of myth, 1610–1620


  for van Mander 136–7                         Diana (see also Artemis) 163, 172–3
  metaphor 118, 121                            Dido 21, 82
  for Plato 119                                Dionysus (see also Bacchus) 156, 169
  for Rubens 134, 137, 140                     Dioscuri (see also Castor and Pollux)
Commonplace, rhetoric (see also locus)              71, 72–3, 76, 81, 87–8, 92–4
     14–15, 46, 48, 92, 97                     discordiae concors 162
composition (see also arrangement              disegno, idea 41–2, 80, 99, 134
     and dispositio) 23, 96, 99, 113           dispositio (see also arrangement and
Condivi, Ascanio 85                                 composition) 112, 130, 170
Conte, Gian Biagio 2, 20, 81, 190–91           dogma, Stoic 51
contest, creative (see also paragone) 13,      Dolce, Lodovico 121
     32, 35, 41, 83                            dolor, exemplum doloris 42
Conti, Natale 4, 121, 133, 163, 173, 175       Donne, John 16, 189
contrast, trope 51, 72, 76, 82, 91, 112, 161   doxa 89
copia, rhetoric 13–17, 21, 23, 91, 112,        dream, dream-image 34, 51, 130, 138
     175, 187–8                                Durazzo (fam. name) 120
copy, copying 34, 56, 119–20
correspondences, belief in 14, 47, 85,         Edelinck, Gérard 74
     92, 170, 192                                 Works:
Corone 156                                         — After Rubens, after Leonardo, The
Coroneia 161                                            Battle of Anghiari 74
Coronis 155, 156                               Egypt (Egyptian) 4, 88, 113, 116,–7,
Coroneus 161                                        126, 127–8, 130–32, 169–70, 173
Cort, Cornelis 46, 79                          eidolon 49, 55, 89, 97, 138
  Works:                                       eikastic imitation 4
    — After Titian, Tityus 46                  eikon 47, 55, 89
    — After Michelangelo, The Tomb of          ekphrasis, genre 15–16, 19–20, 22, 32,
        Giuliano de’Medici 79                       46, 48, 55, 70, 95
Cosimo III, Grand Duke of Tuscany 7            ek-stasis 126
Cropper, Elizabeth 134–5                       Eliot, T.S. 1–2, 20, 31, 91, 189
curious, curiosity 5–6, 97, 160                eloquence 13–15, 57, 70, 96, 122, 132,
Cynocephalus 116, 127                               134, 136, 174
                                               elocution 42, 112, 189
Danäe 13, 78–9, 84, 89, 97                     emblem 19, 111, 116–18, 170
David, Jan 118                                 enargeia 16, 20, 22, 56, 70, 190
deception through images 88–9, 122,            encyclopedic taste 5–6, 162
    138, 140                                   enthymeme, argument 92
decline, universal 54, 166                     Ephesus 163, 172–3
decorum 14, 21, 23, 81                         Erasmus, Desiderius 5, 14–15, 19,
De imitatione Statuorum 54–5                        40–41, 50, 52, 56, 85, 153, 160
Delacroix, Eugene 8                            Erechtheus 154, 160
Demspey, Charles 32–4, 134–5                   Erichthonius 153–60, 162, 164, 167,
Descartes, René 134–5, 162                          170–71, 173, 175
                                                                          index 217


Eris 153, 171                                Galle, Theodore 114
Eros (Cupid) 73, 75, 84, 163                   Works:
erudite, erudition 3–4, 9, 14, 19, 21, 56,      — Engraving after drawing by
    78, 162, 187–8                                   Rubens, Opticorum Libri Sex 114
ethopoios 42, 48                             Ganymede 44
ethos 48–50, 54, 91–2, 93                    Gauricus, Pomponius 39
etymology, interest in 5, 84, 126, 167,      gems, gemstones 130
    170                                      genre 11, 17, 19, 23, 35, 37, 47, 50, 89,
Euanthes 31–5, 37, 41, 53–6, 73, 89              95, 99, 175, 188
Euridice 11, 34                              Georgias 95
Europa 80                                    Gheyn, Jacob de 129
Euripides 84, 87–9, 154, 160                   Works:
Eusebius of Cesarea 5, 170                      — Iris appearing to Hypnos 124
Eve 166                                      Giambologna 73, 75, 94, 98
exemplary model 13, 16, 32, 41, 48, 78,      Giarda, Christophoro 118
    92–5, 165                                Golden age, idea 166
exemplum 14, 22, 31, 34–5, 48, 51, 53,       Goltzius, Hendrick 122–3
    76, 83, 88, 89, 95, 97, 99, 124, 139       Works:
                                                — Mercury and Argus 122
fable (fabula, favola) 4, 7, 9–11, 80, 89,      — Juno receiving the Eyes of Argus
     94, 121, 133, 153, 160, 171–2, 175,             from Mercury 123
     187–8, 190                              Goltzius, Hubertus 163
fable and veiled discourse 4, 9, 174,        Gombrich, Ernst 20, 98, 189–90
     187                                     Gregory the Great 164
Ficino, Marsilio 111, 117, 126
fiction 17, 31–2, 54–7, 70, 89, 94, 98,      ‘handing of the torch’ 40, 57
     118, 140, 156–7                           Cursu lampada trado, adage 40–41
   classical views 57, 89, 118, 121, 137       as figure for progress 41
   early modern views 54, 57, 153, 157,        in rhetoric 42, 56
     162, 172, 174, 187, 191                 Harpocrates (Horus) 127, 130–32, 188,
figura, rhetoric 42, 97                          191
figured discourse 118, 121, 174              Held, Julius 10, 32, 161, 163
fire theft, trope 39, 56                     Helen of Troy 69, 71, 78, 81–9, 91–6, 99
Floris, Frans 3, 19                          Helicon 167
Fulgentius, Fabius 39, 53                    Heine, Wilhelm 70
Fumaroli, Marc 134–5                         Heinen, Ulrich 10, 21, 71–2
furor divinus 44                             Hephaestus (see also Vulcan) 39–40,
                                                 153, 154, 160, 171, 174
Gaea 153–4, 163–4, 166, 170, 173, 175        Hercules 32, 39, 47, 55
Galle, Cornelis 125                          Hermathena 6, 115
 Works:                                      Hermes (see also Mercury) 19, 69, 83,
   — Engraving after Rubens, Judith              88, 113, 122, 128, 132, 154, 157, 161,
       and Holofernes 125                        165
218 rubens and the archaeology of myth, 1610–1620


Hermogenes 121                              intention, artistic 2, 72, 190–91
Herodotus 88–9                              interpretation 19
Herophile 165                               intertextuality 1–2, 23, 81
Herostratus 172                             invention, rhetoric 3, 7ff 11, 15–17, 19,
Herse 154–5, 157, 160, 161, 163–7, 170           23, 35, 39–40, 42–6, 53–4, 57, 70–72,
Hesiod 137                                       83, 89, 92, 98, 121, 126, 130, 153,
Hieroglyphs 4, 117, 119                          160, 162, 175, 187–8
Hilareia 13, 69, 78–9, 81–3, 89, 91–3,         for Bacon 57
    97                                         for Bellori 190
historic sense idea 1, 9, 22–3                 and disposition 112, 157
history versus poetry 4, 171, 11, 31–2,        for Isocrates 95
    71, 93–4, 95                               for Junius 53, 56, 112, 157
Holofernes 70, 124–6                           for Melanchthon 14
Homer 69, 87, 87–9, 98, 133, 154, 164,         for Tasso 95
    191                                        and variety 71
Hoogstraeten, Samuel van 15                 Io 121, 127–8, 132, 188
Horace 14, 19, 21, 37, 97–9, 113            Iris 115–17, 122–3, 128–30, 136–9, 190
hubris 31, 46–7, 49, 139                    irony, trope 48, 76, 91, 153, 157
humanist, humanism 4–6, 10, 18–19,          Isis 113, 117, 127–8, 130, 131–2, 138,
    22–3, 51–2, 93, 111                          163
Huet, Pierre Daniel 172                     Isocrates 95–6
Hyginus, Gaius 47, 71, 85–7, 93             iudizio, judgement 53, 99, 124, 126, 136
                                            Ixion 138–9
Ida 164
Idas 69, 72, 94                             Jacob 126
images, Jesuit theory 118, 121, 131,        Jordaens, Jacob 157–8
     135, 139, 162                            Works:
imagination 15, 19, 34, 51–3, 57, 70,           — The Daughters of Cecrops 157,
     189                                            158
Inachus 127                                 Judgment of Paris 163–4
imitation 10, 13–15, 20, 22–3, 37,          Judith 70, 124–6
     39–41, 52, 54, 71, 87, 95, 98–9,       Julian the Apostate 173
     188–9, 191                             Junius, Franciscus 34, 39, 40, 48, 51–7,
  anti-Ciceronian 14, 41                         90, 96, 112, 121, 155, 157, 170, 190
  bee-metaphor 14–15                          Works:
  contamination 14                              — De pictura veterum 34, 54, 90,
  emulation 10, 13, 31, 39, 41, 52, 157,            112, 121
     174, 191                               Junius, Hadrianus 170
  eristic 21, 52, 78, 122                   Juno (see also Hera) 113, 115–17, 121–3,
  Zeuxian 95, 99                                 127–8, 130, 132–3, 136–9, 156
impresa 111, 118                            Juntunen, Eveliina 3, 10, 76, 78, 133,
influence, artistic 1, 96, 117                   137
ingenium (see also talent) 37, 39, 54, 97   Jupiter (see also Zeus) 113, 121, 138
                                                                       index 219


katharsis 37, 54                            Works:
Kiefer, Anselm 1                              — Het Schilder-Boek 140
Kircher, Athanasius 117, 162               Marie de Medici 8
Kypselos Chest 87                          Marino, Giambattista 16–17, 19, 70, 99
                                            Works:
language 5, 6, 84–5, 97                       — La Galeria 19
   figurative 174                          Marlowe, Christopher 69
   intelligibility 19, 117                 Mars 21, 75, 90, 99
   play/ puns 161                          marvel (see also wonder) 138, 154,
   and style 21                                157, 160, 162, 174
Laocoön 32–3, 33, 43, 46–7, 53, 76, 80,    McGrath, Elizabeth 9, 72, 81, 94, 98
      89, 99, 123                          Medusa 116, 167
learned eye 20                             Melanchthon, Philipp 14
Leda 13, 69, 71, 73, 78–88, 89, 91–2,      Melion, Walter 137ff
      97–9                                 memory 21, 52, 83, 164, 172
Leonardo 3, 73, 74, 75, 99                  for Aristotle 53–4
   Works:                                   for Conte 191
     — Battle of Anghiari 99                for Junius 53
letters, letter-writing 20–21               for Tasso 95
light 111, 116–19, 123, 130, 133–5,         for Warburg 10–11
      137–8, 140                           Menelaus 87–8
   for Aguilonius 118–19, 137              Menippus 69, 83
   for de Bie 39                           Mercury (see also Hermes) 113,
   for Descartes 134                           115–16, 120–23, 127–8, 131, 134,
   for Plato 119, 138                          156–7, 161, 163–4, 188
   for Rubens 137                          metaphor, trope 11, 14–15, 23, 41–2,
   as a symbol 85, 111, 116, 117–19,           55, 84–5, 88, 97, 116, 119, 126, 128,
      127, 130, 133, 135                       134, 137, 166, 189
Lipsius, Justus 5, 18–21, 23, 42, 50–51,    for Marino 17
      57, 85, 90, 167, 189                  for Montaigne 42
locus (see also commonplace) 14,            for Tesauro 85
      20–21, 47–8, 52, 71, 76, 82          Meulen, Marjon van der 167
logos 11, 39, 48, 121, 128                 Michelangelo 3, 13, 23, 30–32, 35,
Lomazzo, Gian Paolo 32, 41, 43, 47–8,          41–6, 51, 54–5, 78–9, 82–6, 87, 89,
      111, 119, 161                            91, 97, 99, 165–6
Lucian 69–71, 83                            Works:
Lucretius 21, 52                              — Leda 13, 82
Lynceus 69, 72, 94                            — The Sibyl of Cumaea 165–6, 165
Lysippus 174                                  — Tityus 30, 32, 35, 41–4, 44, 45,
                                                  46
Macrobius 13–14, 98, 117, 163              Minerva (see also Athena) 115–16,
Mander, Karel van 15, 85, 88, 99, 112,         120, 171, 174
   122, 136–7, 140                         monster, monstrous 153, 162, 174–5, 188
220 rubens and the archaeology of myth, 1610–1620


Montaigne 21, 22, 37, 42, 50–54, 57, 70,      for Isocrates 96
   71, 97, 99, 190                            for Marino 16
Monte Cavallo 76, 90                          for Tasso 16
Montfauçon, Bernard de 85                   ornament, rhetoric 15, 45, 85, 98, 127,
More, Thomas 153                                130
Morisot, Claude-Barthélémy 15               Orpheus 11, 13, 34–5, 51, 172
Moses 40, 128, 170–73                       Ortelius, Abraham 5
Mozetto, Girolamo 124                       Osiris 117, 127–8, 131
 Works:                                     Ovid 4, 7–9, 11, 13, 20, 23, 31, 71–2,
  — After Mantegna, Judith and                  76, 84, 93, 98, 113, 116, 121, 122,
       Holofernes 124                           127–30, 132, 137, 154–7, 160–63,
Müller Hofstede, Justus 9, 135–6                166–7, 170, 191
Muller, Jeffrey 9, 52, 55
Musaeus 172                                 Pan 154–5, 163, 169–70, 172–3
Muses 53                                    Pandora 161
Myron 174                                   Pandrosos 154, 160–61, 164
Myrtium 167                                 Panofsky, Erwin 44, 46, 76, 111
mystery 112, 117, 126–7, 128, 131–2,        paragone (see also contest) 3, 7, 10, 32,
   157, 164–5, 169–72, 174, 187, 192            76, 80, 174
myths, obliqueness 118, 121, 128, 139,      parallel, trope 23, 48, 71–2, 81–2, 92,
   164, 175                                     93, 95, 111, 137–8, 157, 164, 166,
mythical vs. biblical time 126, 170–71          170, 173, 189
mythographic literature 4, 6, 40, 85–6      Paré, Ambrois 175
                                            Paris 87–8, 91–2, 132, 191
Nadal, Jeronimo 118                         Parkhurst, Charles 116
Neo-Platonic ideas 70, 111, 113, 117,       Parrhasius 37, 39
    119, 126, 174                           pathetic, tragedy 50
Neo-Stoic ideas 2, 50–51, 57, 167           pathos 16, 32, 43, 48, 50, 54, 76, 84, 91,
Night (Medici Chapel) 78–9, 84                  123
Nature (see also Gaea) 153, 155, 157,       Patrizi, Francesco 17
    162–3, 174–5                            Paul, Saint 118, 171
Nemesis 84–5                                Pausanias 5–6, 40, 47, 49, 81, 84, 87, 91,
novelty, idea 16, 99                            156, 163–5, 167, 174
Nox 78–9, 84–5, 89, 97                      Peiresc, Nicolas Claude Fabri de 6, 21,
Nymphs 164–6                                    132, 140, 163, 172, 191–2
                                            Perseus 19, 48, 55
oekonomia, rhetoric 112                     persuasiveness, rhetoric 15, 48, 51, 55,
optics 117, 119–20, 134–5, 139                  57, 92, 95, 190
Oracle 167                                  Petrarch, Francesco 52
originality, idea 2, 9–10, 13, 22–3, 34,    Phaeton 44
    35, 39, 55–6, 71, 83, 99, 132, 188–9,   phantastic 4, 52
    191                                     phantom (see also eidolon) 49, 89
  for Eliot, T.S. 1                         Phidias 76, 97
                                                                       index 221


Philip II of Macedon 172                   Praxiteles 76, 174
Philip II of Spain 9, 78                   progress, idea 31, 40–41
Philip IV of Spain 8                       Prometheus 13, 31ff, 81–2, 91–2, 113,
philology 5–6, 85                              123, 127
Philostratus 19                              and artifice 39, 47
  Works:                                     ekphrasis by Baudius 55ff
    — Imagines 19                            and imitation 39ff
Phoebe 69, 72–3, 75, 76, 78–9, 81, 82,       and invention 53ff
     84, 91                                  painting by Euanthes 32ff, 47–8
Picasso, Pablo 1                             painting by Parrhasius 37–9
Pigman, George 52                            and philosophy 50ff
Piles, Roger de 140, 159–61, 164, 189–90     play by Aeschylus 37, 49
  Works:                                     and suffering 47–8
    — Dialogue sur le coloris 140            type of tragedy in Aristotle 37, 47
Pindar 91                                  Propertius 83
Pino, Paolo 41                             Proteus, King 88
Plantin, family name 5, 118                prudence 49–50, 126–7
Plato 5, 39, 57, 90, 111, 119–20, 126,     putto (putti) 115, 26, 130, 133, 136,
     130                                       154, 163–4
  on argument of probability 121           Pygmalion 13, 98
  on cognition 119                         Pythagoras 167
  on imagination 57
  on language 4, 84                        Quintilian 13, 15, 52, 98, 121, 157
  on mimesis 138–9                         quotation (see also borrowing) 10, 11,
  on myth 171, 174                             20–23, 76, 97, 164
  on vision 133
Pliny the Elder 5, 35, 130                 Rabelais, Francois 170
Plotinus 117                               Raggio, Olga 32
Plutarch 52, 85, 87, 97, 117–18, 130–31,   Rainbow, symbolism 128, 130,
     170, 174, 190                              136–40
  on fiction 118, 121, 127–8, 137–9        Raphael 3, 8
  on history versus fable 94, 154          rapio, trope (see also abduction)
  and parallel histories 93                     99
poetry versus philosophy 51, 89, 118,      reading, reader-addressee 2, 17,
     121, 160                                   20–21, 37, 70, 91, 95, 111, 189–91
Pollux 69, 71–2, 75, 76, 85–7, 90, 93      recollection, distinct from memory
Polyclitus 78, 97, 174                          54, 56
The Portland Vase 132, 191                 reflection, natural and symbolic 118,
Poseidon 161                                    123, 128, 134, 137, 138–9
Poussin, Nicolas 2, 134–6                  reflexy-const 137
  Works:                                   Reni, Guido 96, 99
    — The Healing of the Blind Men at      res and verba 4, 13–14, 23, 43, 51, 82,
        Capernaum 134                           84
222 rubens and the archaeology of myth, 1610–1620


res in scaenis, presence 37                    Sabines 70, 72, 81, 92, 94
rhetoric 8, 13–14, 19–20, 21, 37, 42, 44,      Samson 70
      48–50, 57, 76, 85, 92–3, 96, 112, 113,   Sandys, George 11–12, 130–32
      118, 126, 153, 174, 189–90               Saturn 166
   chambers of rhetoric 19                     Scaliger, Julius Caesar 50, 57
Richelieu, Duc de 159, 161, 164                schema 54–5
Ripa, Cesare 136                               Schott, Gaspar 162
rilievo 134                                    semantics 2, 3, 10, 23, 35, 55, 80, 89,
Rome 21, 46, 77, 94                                 188
Romulus 94                                     Seneca, Lucius Aeneus 13–15, 18, 35,
Rubens, Albert 169, 171–2, 189                      49–52, 93, 99, 121, 190
Rubens, Peter Paul                             Seneca the Elder 37, 39
   Works:                                      Serapis 126, 131–2
     — The Allegory of Sight 134ff, 135        serious joke 174
     — Dancing Satyr 191                       Serpentis oculis, adage 160
     — The Death of Hippolytus 43              Shakespeare, William 69, 76
     — De imitatione statuarum 54              Sibyls 165–6
     — De lumine et colore 140                    Cumaean 165–6
     — The Finding of Erichthonius 2, 3,          Herophile 165–6
         6, 8, 22, 23, 153, 156–7, 159, 161,   sight, insight, foresight 37, 49,
         165–6, 169, 173, 175, 188                  116–17, 123, 127, 134–5,
     — Four Philosophers 17, 18                     160
     — Hero and Leander 16                     significant emotion 2
     — Horrors of War 7, 18, 17, 20–21,        significant form 23, 43–4, 70, 81
         189                                   silence (silentio) idea 131–2, 156,
     — Ixon, King of the Lapiths 138, 139           174, 187
     — Judith and Holofernes 125–6             similitude, trope 51, 85
     — Juno and Argus 2, 3, 22, 23, 43,        Snyders, Frans 35, 36, 41
         112ff, 120, 126, 132–3, 135–40,          Works:
         153–4, 187–8, 190                         — An eagle 36
     — Leda and the Swan, after                Socrates (Socratic) 88, 119
         Michelangelo 82                       Sompel, Pieter van 174
     — Massacre of the Innocents 16            Sparta 81, 87, 90–91
     — Prometheus Bound 2, 22, 31–2,           spectacle, tragedy 37, 47, 50, 55
         35ff, 70, 72–3, 78, 82, 89, 91, 98,   Sprezzatura, artlessness 9, 21
         99, 112, 113, 115, 121, 126, 188      Stechow, Wolfgang 10, 80
     — The Rape of the Daughters of            Steiner, Reinhard 50, 56
         Leucippus 2, 3, 6, 8, 13, 22, 69ff,   Stesichorus 88
         112, 113, 115, 121, 154, 187–8        Stoic 18, 50–51, 56–7, 84, 126
     — Samson and Delilah 125                  Sustermans, Justus 7, 17, 20–21
     — Torre de la Parada 8                    symbolic image 117–18, 190
Rubens, Philip 18, 19, 31, 37, 70, 72,         syncretism 117
      90, 167, 189                             Syrinx (Candida) 132
                                                                            index 223


Tacitus 93                                    universal decline 54
talent (see also ingenium) 1, 97              ut pictura poesis 19
Tasso, Torquato 16, 95, 96
Tatius, Achilles 32, 37, 47–8, 55, 58         vacatio animae 126
temperament 97                                Valeriano, Piero 4, 6, 127, 164, 169
Terminus, emblem 170                          variety, varietas 14–15, 71, 96, 99, 130,
Tesauro, Emmanuele 85                              137, 155, 162
Textor, Ravisius 93                           Vasari, Giorgio 15, 39, 46, 78
Thanatos 84                                   Vega, Lope de 16
theft, creative 98                            Veen, Otto van 3, 19
Theocritus 9, 71, 87                          Velázquez, Diego 120
Theologia prisca 172                          Venus 13, 19, 21, 75–9, 89–90, 93, 99
Theseus 71, 87, 91–4                             Venus Pudica 161, 163, 173, 189
Tiber 167                                     verisimilitude 14, 17, 37, 94, 111
Timaeus 119                                   Veronese, Paolo 75, 99
Timanthes 34                                     Works:
Titian 8–9, 13, 19, 23, 31–2, 35, 39,             — Mars and Venus 75, 99
     41–2, 46, 54–5, 75–6, 78–9, 83–4, 87,    vestigia topos, imitation 51–2
     89, 97, 99                               Virgil 21, 82, 89, 90, 98, 163, 166, 191
  Works:                                      virtù, virtue 49–50, 57, 89, 92–3, 98, 115
    — Danäe 13, 78, 80, 97                    vita activa 2, 6
    — Feast of the Andrians 19                vita contemplativa 2
    — Flaying of Marsyas 9                    vision, idea 116–20, 126, 132–6
    — Offering to Venus 19                    Vulcan (see also Hephaestus) 171
    — Tityus 30, 46
    — Venus and Adonis 74, 75–9, 99           Warburg, Aby 10–11, 43
Tityus 13, 30, 32, 35, 41–9, 51, 53–5,        Wind, Edgar 10, 84
     81–2, 89, 91–2, 123                      Winner, Matthias 133, 135
tradition, literary or artistic 1, 2, 4, 6,   wonder (see also marvel) 5, 16, 17,
     9–10, 16, 39, 47, 49–50, 84, 87, 90,        128, 130, 138, 160, 162
     94–5, 99, 121, 126, 138–9, 153–4,        Woverius, Johannes 18, 19, 90
     157, 160, 162, 166–7, 172, 187, 189,
     191                                      Zeus (see also Jupiter) 31, 36–7, 41, 46–9,
tragedy, genre 37, 47, 50, 54                    55, 69, 71, 85, 88, 92, 115, 160, 169
Troy (Trojan) 69, 87–9, 91, 164               Zeuxis 99
Tyndareus 71, 86, 87, 91–2                    Zuccaro, Federico 111, 112
Twombly, Cy 1                                 Zuccaro, Taddeo 15, 131

				
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