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The Great Hercules
Burin on laid paper. 1589
Goltzius, Heindrick
The Great Hercules
Burin on laid paper. 1589
Goltzius, Heindrick

Wearing the hide of the lion of Nemea, Hercules holds a club in his left hand and, in his right, the horn he tore off river god Achelous’s head when the latter adopted the form of a bull to fight him. That battle is visible in the middle ground to the left, while, in the background, the Nereids have filled the horn with flowers and fruit, transforming it into a cornucopia. At the right, Hercules l

Ulysses’ Fight with Irus
Burin on laid paper. 1589
Cornelisz. Van Haarlem, Cornelis; Müller, Jan Harmansz; Goltzius, Heindrick
Ulysses’ Fight with Irus
Burin on laid paper. 1589
Cornelisz. Van Haarlem, Cornelis; Müller, Jan Harmansz; Goltzius, Heindrick

This work illustrates an episode from the Odyssey in which young Irus challenges Ulysses to a fight, which the latter wins in presence of the inhabitants of Ithaca. Ulysses stands with his back to the viewer and the unconscious body of Irus lies at his feet. While Jan Harmensz. Muller’s name does not appear on this print, he is traditionally considered its engraver. The work is modeled after a pan

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