Enikő Szőnyi

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Annibale Carracci (Italian, 1560-1609)    Hunting 1588  Musée du Louvre, Paris

Hunting (or Hunting Scene) is a painting by Italian artist Annibale Carracci, painted before 1595 and given to Louis XIV by Prince Camillo Pamphili in It is currently held and exhibited at the Louvre in Paris.

Danish harnessed and muzzled dogs for hunting bears and wolves, according to The Hunting Book of Gaston Phébus via valdornenvironnement (blog)

Danish harnessed and muzzled dogs for hunting bears and wolves, according to The Hunting Book of Gaston Phébus via valdornenvironnement (blog)

Hunting Sword used by Henry VIII.  Hunting was viewed as "an essential mark of a gentleman and...was valued as a test of courage, strength, and agility..." (Tudor England: An Encyclopedia, 327). It became a main "pastyme" of the Tudor monarchs, especially Henry VIII.  Bows and arrows, crossbows, and even guns were used when hunting. Another weapon yielded was the hunting dog.

A hunting sword and knife owned by Henry VIII, by the Spanish craftsman Diego de Çaias. Çaias’s craftsmanship was renowned and subsequently his work was sought after by various rulers. He was employed by Henry between during which the sword

A brilliant gilt powder flask German,   horn Caspar Spat . The finely detailed scenes suggest the flask was used by hunters .       Made circa 1640, it boasts a curved fruitwood body, with both sides finely engraved and featuring blackened bone inlays.

A brilliant gilt powder flask German, horn Caspar Spat . The finely detailed scenes suggest the flask was used by hunters . Made circa it boasts a curved fruitwood body, with both sides finely engraved and featuring blackened bone inlays.