The Judgement

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Re: The Judgement

Postby lamort on 19 Nov 2009, 18:04

Thanks for answering Ross, now I understand better! :ymapplause:
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Re: The Judgement

Postby Ross G. R. Caldwell on 12 Feb 2010, 09:30

Image from Jacques Gamelin, Nouveau recueil d'ostéologie et de myologie dessiné d'après nature par Jacques Gamelin de Carcassonne... divisé en deux parties
Toulouse : impr. J. F. Desclassan, 1779.
http://web2.bium.univ-paris5.fr/livanc/ ... 4&do=pages

Note the caption, "Surgite mortui venite ad judicium", which is a form of what is given on the Cary Yale Judgement card.


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Re: The Judgement

Postby Pen on 12 Feb 2010, 16:01

Ross wrote:
"Alright!!! I heard you the first time!"
Fabulous!

Bianca's Garden is blooming - everyone's been so busy lately. This and the others you've posted today are simply wonderful Ross.

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Re: The Judgement

Postby lamort on 13 Feb 2010, 02:00

Great image Ross!

A simple question: What represent this triumph in the sequence for you, for example, in the Noblet XX intrigue me the central back character, not color of the faces and character expressions...
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Re: The Judgement

Postby Lorredan on 18 May 2010, 00:32

I was wondering how one would illustrate the concept of nos ago iterum? (We live again) In regards to a card of high points landing in your hand.
I think "saved by the bell" or whew!!!! is quite hard to express visually. Any suggestions? or does the usual depiction of Judgement seem the best?

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Re: The Judgement

Postby Pen on 25 Feb 2011, 12:15

From A Heavenly Craft, The Woodcut in Early Printed Books by George Braziller.

Originally from: Eposizione sopra evangeli, edited by Giovanni da Salerno. Florence: Bartolommeo di Libri, 24th September 1496.

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Re: The Judgement

Postby robert on 07 May 2012, 18:57

Found on tumblr today:



caption says "Weyden, Rogier van der - The Last Judgment "
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Re: The Judgement

Postby Huck on 10 Aug 2012, 07:53

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This is the 20th picture of a text focused on "15 signs of Last Judgment.
The description is here ...

viewtopic.php?f=11&p=12584#p12584

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Indirectly related is also the longer research for a "winged Temperance" at Bianca's Garden/Temperance , especially this article, which refers to Revelation 12:14
viewtopic.php?f=23&p=12578#p12578

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The woman got wings.

I see some relevance for the development of the Marseille Tarot style.

Generally the time "around 1500" - so the time when Trionfi cards became Taroch, Tarocchi and Tarot (1505 in Avignon and Ferrara) - is considered as a height of apocalyptic expectations.
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