Mourning and joy, Noah van der Meer (II), 1751 - 1822 Canvas Print

Mourning and joy, Noah van der Meer (II), 1751 - 1822 Canvas Print

On stage, Apollo runs after the fleeing Daphne, whose hands are already turning into laurel branches. To the left of the stage floor is Melpomene, the muse of the mourning game. On the right is Thalia, the muse of joy. In the foreground on the left, the philosopher Heraclitus slaps his hand in front of his face, on the right laughs and points the philosopher Democritus. Between them the winch, the attribute of Apollo.

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