Obraz „Dafnis i Chloe” Parisa Bordona. Mitologia i erotyka

Monika Stecyk

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/SZiK.2015.001

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The paper discusses a Daphnis and Chloe painting from the collection of John Paul II Museum in Warsaw, attributed to the Venetian artist Paris Bordon. Starting with identification of the literary source – an ancient novel by Longus, recounting a love story of young shepherd Daphnis and his fiancée, Chloe – the author strives to determine the degree of its congruity with the depicted scene by conducting a detailed iconographic analysis of the latter. Furthermore, a comparative effort is made to place the picture in its supposed creator’s artistic oeuvre with regard both to its form and contents.

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