Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

Artist (A–Z) | All Artists

Show only Artist Names

Subject (A–Z)

Index Classification: Subject Matter/Theme

Figure, Secular, Grotesque

Figure, Secular, Grotesque

Works of Art (11)

Auricular Cartouche with Figures within a Strapwork Frame, from Veederley Veranderinghe van grotissen ende Compertimenten. Libro Primo, Johannes van Doetecum the Elder (Netherlandish) and Lucas van Doetecum (Netherlandish), after Cornelis Floris II (Netherlandish), Etching (59.642.32)
Camel: From the Berain Grotesques, ca. 1685–89, Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer; Woven at the Beauvais manufactory under the direction of Philippe Behagle or his son of the same name in the late 17th or early 18th century, French, Wool and silk (1977.437.1)
Grotesque Head: Man in Profile to Right, Copy after Leonardo da Vinci (Italian), Italian, Pen and brown ink, on beige paper (17.142.3)
Grotesque, 2nd century B.C.–1st century A.D.; Hellenistic, Greek, Bronze, (12.229.6)
Grotesques, before 1693, Jean Berain (French), Engraving (21.36.141)
Head of a Grotesque, ca. 1200–1220, France, Champagne, Châlons-sur-Marne, Church of Notre-Dame-en-Vaux (?), Limestone (13.152.2)
Lunar-Shaped Ring Bezel and Grotesque Figures, ca. 1620–30, Noël Rouillard (French), Blackwork and engraving (42.40.1[1])
Mercury in a Decorative Frame with Grotesques, ca. 1600–1630, After Adriaen Collaert (Netherlandish, ca. 1560–1618), Blackwork and engraving (23.101.4)
Neptune from the "Doria Grotesques", designed 1545, woven ca. 1550, Designed by Perino del Vaga (Italian), Wool and silk (2011.14)
The Skeletons: From the Grotteschi, ca. 1748, Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian), Etching with engraving, drypoint, and burnishing, second state (37.45.3.38)
Square Design in Silhouette Style with Schweifwerk and Grotesque Figures, 1617, Esaias von Hulsen (Dutch), Made in Stuttgart, Germany, Blackwork (32.123.11)