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Teulu Harri VIII: Alegori o'r Olyniaeth Duduraidd

HEERE, Lucas de (1534 - 1584)

[delwedd: Teulu Harri VIII: Alegori o'r Olyniaeth Duduraidd]

Cyfrwng: olew ar banel

Maint: 131.2 x 184.0 cm

Derbyniwyd: 1991; Rhodd; Derbyniwyd gan Lywodraeth E.M. yn lle treth etifeddiaeth

Rhif Derbynoli: NMW A 564

[delwedd: Prynu print]

Mae’r darlun hwn yn dathlu’r heddwch a sefydlodd y Frenhines Elisabeth I. Mae Elisabeth ar y dde yn dal llaw Heddwch ac mae Digonedd yn ei dilyn. Mae ei thad Harri VIII, sylfaenydd Eglwys Loegr, yn eistedd ar ei orsedd gan drosglwyddo cleddyf cyfiawnder i’w fab Protestannaidd, Edward VI. Ar y chwith mae hanner chwaer ac olynydd Elisabeth, y Babyddes Mari I a’i gŵr Philip II o Sbaen, gyda Mawrth, Duw Rhyfel. Mae'r llun, rhodd gan y Frenhines Elizabeth i Syr Francis Walsingham, yn enghraifft dda o ddiddordeb yr unfed ganrif ar bymtheg mewn alegorïau, gweledigaeth y Frenhines ohoni ei hun fel penllanw'r olyniaeth Duduraidd a'i phryder am gyfreithlondeb ei theyrnasiad.

Daeth Lucas de Heere i Lundain o Ghent ddiwedd y 1560au. Roedd yn un o nifer o arlunwyr a chrefftwyr Protestannaidd o Fflandrys a benderfynodd ffoi rhag erledigaeth grefyddol. Derbyniwyd y peintiad hwn dan y cynllun 'in lieu in situ'. Prynwyd y llun gan J.C.Dent yn arwerthiant casgliad Horace Walpole yn Strawberry Hill, ym 1842.

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Aamiya ar 29 Medi 2014, 18:48

What is the treaty of blios?

Amgueddfa Cymru ar 31 Gorffennaf 2013, 10:59

Hi Genevieve

The painting was probably given to Sir Francis Walsingham after his involvement in the Treaty of Blois, which occurred in 1572. It would therefore have been painted that year, or soon after.

The imagery also seems appropriate to this event, associating Elizabeth’s reign with the figures of Peace and Plenty. Peace treads the weapons of war beneath her feet.

Elizabeth’s predecessor Mary and husband King Phillip II of Spain, however, are attended by Mars, God of War.

Amgueddfa Cymru ar 31 Gorffennaf 2013, 10:58

Hi Genevieve

The painting was probably given to Sir Francis Walsingham after his involvement in the Treaty of Blois, which occurred in 1572. It would therefore have been painted that year, or soon after.

The imagery also seems appropriate to this event, associating Elizabeth’s reign with the figures of Peace and Plenty. Peace treads the weapons of war beneath her feet.

Elizabeth’s predecessor Mary and husband King Phillip II of Spain, however, are attended by Mars, God of War.

Genevieve ar 28 Gorffennaf 2013, 14:42

I was just wondering whether you knew when Lucas de Heere painted this portrait? Also, do you know the significance of having Roman gods included in the painting?

Amgueddfa Cymru ar 14 Rhagfyr 2010, 14:22

Dear Hilde, thank you for your comment. I have forwarded it to our Image Licensing Officer who will be in touch regarding use of this picture.
Thank you for your interest in Amgueddfa Cymru.
Graham Davies
Curator, Rhagor.

Hilde R. Johnsrud ar 14 Rhagfyr 2010, 14:19

The Norwegian Book Clubs are presenting David Starkeys biography of Elizabeth as our main selection, and we're wondering whether it'd be possible to use this picture in connection with the book?
We will of course print due credit and we can pay up to 250 (high res version).
Please contact me at hilde.r.johnsrud@bokklubben.no

Gadael sylw


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