18th century works inspired by the Henu Barque?

leading from


a) See: Carceri Series, Plate XIV, (1745) by Giovanni Battista Piranesi

References:
  • The Henu Barque 
  • The Lamentation (1455-60?) by Petrus Christus
Referenced in
  • "Philosopher lecturing on the orrery" by Joseph Wright of Derby (1766) 
  • Borg Sphere concept for Star Trek: First Contact (January 1996) by John Eaves

http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/carceri-series-plate-xiv-1745-by.html


b) See: Gainsborough's Mrs and Mrs Andrews (1748)


 

c) See:  The Marriage of the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa (Completion Date: 1751) by  Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.

References: 
  • Carceri Series, Plate XIV, (1745) by Giovanni Battista Piranesi 
  • The Lamentation (1444) by Petrus Christus
 
http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/the-marriage-of-emperor-frederick.html


d) "Philosopher Lecturing On The Orrery" by Joseph Wright of Derby (1766)

References:
  • The Henu Barque
  • Carceri Series, Plate XIV, (1745) by Giovanni Battista Piranesi
  • Agony In The Garden of Gesthemene by El Greco (1590s) 
  • The Embalming Ritual image from the Egyptian Book of the Dead which isn't part of the Henu Barque trail
Referenced in:
  • HR Giger's Necronom I (1976)
  • The orrery scene from Prometheus (2012)



e) Christ and the Canaanite Woman - (1784)  Germain-Jean Drouais

References:
  • Philosopher lecturing on the Orrery (1766) by Joseph Wright of Derby




f) See: “The Death of Socrates” (1787) by Jacques-Louis David

References:
  • The Henu Barque
  • Christ and the Canaanite Woman - (1784)  Germain-Jean Drouais
 Referenced in:
  • Marine store room from "The Adventures of Tintin and Red Rackham's Treasure"
    (1944) by Hergé
  • Illustration for Europ Assistance (published 1981) by Moebius

http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/the-death-of-socrates-1787-by-jacques.html




g) See: Nightmare (1791) Henry Fuseli

References:
  •  The Henu Barque

http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/nightmare-1791-henry-fuseli.html


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