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Fig. 23.3 Joos de Momper the
Younger, Jan Brueghel the Elder,
and Hendrick van Balen, Banquet
of Odysseus with Calypso, 1616, oil
on panel, 80 x 115 cm, Vienna,
Academy of Fine Arts.
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Hesiod, Theogony, Works and Days, trans. Apostolos N. Athanassakis (Baltimore:
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004), p. 252.
Bettina Werche, Hendrik van Balen (1575-1632), 2 vols. (Turnhout: Brepols, 2004),
I, p. 69, first observed that Francken the Younger introduced the theme into
Flemish painting.
Härting, Frans der Jüngere, pp. 97-113; 1607, no. 276, Manchester.
Ursula Härting, “Blumenbuketts in Prunkvasen. Frans Francken II, Andries
Daniels, Philips de Marlier,” in Geest en gratie, Essays Presented to Ildikó Ember on her
Seventieth Birthday (Budapest: The Szépmüveszeti Múseum, 2012), pp. 34-39.
“... het gewoel is zonder ent...” Cornelis de Bie, Het gulden Cabinet (Antwerp:
Juliaen Montfort, 1662).
Identified by Ursula Härting, “Triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite,” in Hans
Rottenhammer – begehrt, vergessen, neu entdeckt, ed. Heiner Broggrefe, et al., exh.
cat., (Lemgo and Vienna: the Weserrenaissance-Museum Schloss Brake and
Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2008-2009), pp. 145-146 no. 53.
Härting, Frans der Jüngere, figs. 92 & 100.
Walter Liedtke, Flemish Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2 vols. (New York:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1984), I, pp. 194-198. However, Klaus Ertz
dated the picture to the late 1620s and saw in the amendment of the museum
attribution a collaboration with Rubens’ workshop and rather than a collaboration
with Jan the Elder, one with Jan Brueghel the Younger; Klaus Ertz, Jan Brueghel der
Jüngere (1601-1678) (Freren, Luca Verla 1984), no. 252.
Ovid, Metamorphoses, VIII, 590-610.
Marcel De Maeyer, Albrecht en Isabella en de Schilderkunst (Brussels: Paleis der
Academiën, 1955), p. 162.
Ertz, Joos de Momper, p. 402. Although not cited in Etrz, Jan Brueghel the Younger, this scholar
and I subsequently concurred on the hand of Jan Brueghel II in the fruits and animals.
On Francken’s signatures see Härting, Frans der Jüngere, pp. 28-32.
See also Winter Village Canal, probably from around 1618-1620 (Ertz, Joos de
Momper the Younger, no. 401).
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