アイスランド旅行 (その21)

2015.01.18-27

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レイキャビック その4

 

アイスランド国立博物館 その3

 

16世紀頃の武器 7s_02606a

 

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Key Object for the Time Period 1600-1800

角の酒杯

This drinking horn was carved by farmer Brynjólfur Jónsson of Skarð, South Iceland. Brynjólfur was a skilled carver, and he probably lived partly by his art, as many examples of his work are known.

The horn is carved with scenes from the Old and New Testaments. At the top is the Wedding at Cana, where Christ turned water into wine; the tableware depicted is as used at the Brynjólfur’s time. Judith is seen slaying the Assyrian commander Holofernes and at the bottom Joab is slaying Absolom, son of King David. Absolom hangs from an oak tree by his hair, and his mule runs off. At the point of the horn is a man in the maw of a dragon. The horn is dated 1598 with the name of Þorleifur Ásmundsson, Brynjólfur’s brother-in-law, who commissioned the horn. He was a member of the Law Council.

The names and works of 17th and 18th century craftsmen are largely forgotten. Brynjólfur Jónsson is the first Icelandic artist known nationally for his work. His work and that of his contemporaries demonstrates interaction between traditionalism and international artistic trends. Three other drinking horns by Brynjólfur are known, all in collections abroad. His best-known works are whalebone panels from Skarð Church.

 

drinking horn 7s_02609

 

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独占的取引の店 7s_02618

 

マホガニー製の証印(18世紀) 7s_02617

 

織機 7s_02581

 

 

刑罰の手段 7s_02607

 

牢屋の扉 7s_02604

 

手枷 7s_02605

 

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暦の計算 7s_02598

 

日数を数える道具 7s_02597

 

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切妻様式の考案 7s_02599

それによる部品、用品の考案

(18世紀後半-19世紀の初期)

 

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肩で担ぐための天秤棒と糸撚り機(右) 7s_02619

 

これも糸撚り機? 7s_02624

 

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計量天秤 7s_02601

 

アイスランドでの銀細工職人の特徴 7s_02586

 

工房 7s_02584

 

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医療器具 7s_02623

 

医療器具 7s_02621

 

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