The Temptation of St Anthony trail

leading from

1450) Dieric Bouts' "Hell"
Bouts painted Hell and I assume that something yet to be identified was referenced as a composition structure to base it on in the way that he appeared to use in a customary way the Henu Barque for his Resurrection painting later in 1455



1645) Salvator Rosa's Temptation of St Anthony

References?
  • Dieric Bouts' Hell. The spiked wheel in the background becomes the neck of this curious demon, with the naked body beneath it becoming the head, but the flames coming from the cave becomes the lighting on the head. Other comparisons can be made.



1828) La Ronde du Sabbat by Louis Boulanger (published in 1828)

References?
  • Dieric Bouts'  Hell




1853) "Le Duel" by Antoine Valentin Jumel  de Noireterre
(posted at Fantastic Art on Facebook by Christian de Boeck, 13th May 2017 https://www.facebook.com)

References ?
  • Salvator Rosa's "'The Temptation of St. Anthony"
  • The Sorceress, (1626) by Jan van de Velde II. 



1893) Cover of Josephine Péladan's Decadence Latine Vice Supreme from Catalogue du Salon de Rose+Croix 28th March to 30th April 1893 by Legrand

References
  • "Le Duel" by Antoine Valentin Jumel  de Noireterre (1853)
     




1930? to 1933) Salvador Dali's Portrait of Emilio Terry

Asking how it might have been something that inspired Sergei Eisenstein and H P Lovecraft with their drawings in 1931 leads to a brick wall since Dali was known to have started his Portrait of Emilio Terry in 1932, but it was also said to have been painted in 1930 by other sources.

It might have to be labeled as a coincidence.

See: Salvador Dali's Portrait of Emilio Terry


http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/portrait-of-mr-emilio-terry-unfinished.html


1931. a) Sergei Eisenstein's Bullight as a Crucifixion.  

References?
  • Salvator Rosa's Temptation of St Anthony 
  • Salvdador Dali's Portrait of Emilio Terry?


1931. b)  Sketch for an Old One by HP Lovecraft


References?
  • Salvador Dali's "Portrait of Emilio Terry"
  • Henu Barque at the Hollywood Egyptian Theatre

preliminary sketch for Old One?
Drawn and crossed out from HP Loveecraft's notes for At The Mountains of Madness 
(image taken from the notes and crossed out lines removed)
1931. c) Cover for Astounding Stories  September, 1931
This magazine features a story = The Sargasso Sea of Space by Edmond Hamilton.

References?
  • Salvator Rosa's "'The Temptation of St. Anthony" 
  • The Treasures of Satan trail.


1940) Salvador Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'"

See: Salvador Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'"

References?
  • Jean Delville's Treasures of Satan (1894)
  • Cover for Astounding Stories  September, 1931

http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/salvador-dalis-daddy-longlegs-of.html


1975)  "Ma soeur mon épouse", (1975)by Sibylle Ruppert
Sibylle's painting appears to use

References?
  • Salvador Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!" The violin bow becomes the bird demon's right limb clutching the male member. The red stamen of the orchid like formation become the creature's beak.

 
1976) HR Giger's Necronom IX

References"
  • Astounding Stories cover from September 1931 
  • Salvador Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'" 
  • Sybille Ruppert's "Ma Soeur mon épouse"

See : HR Giger's Necronom IX



1978)  "Formula 1 fans look things over" by Ralph Steadman, 1978 for The Radio Times

References? 
  • The Hell painting by Dieric Bouts 
  • The Temptation of St Anthony by Salvator Rosa

"Formula 1 fans look things over" by Ralph Steadman, 1978
1983) Giger's "For Judith "

References?
  • Ralph Steadman's "Formula 1 fans look things over"  
  • References Radio Times cover showing Crucifixion Sculpture at Norwich Cathedral
    for March 1983.
  • References the cover of the Pink Panther comic #18 from March 1974, published by Gold Key, which itself appears to reference the Henu Barque

See: HR Giger's "For Judith" (work 512)

HR Giger's For Judith (work512) (1983)

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