Pinacotheca Philosophica: Philosophers - C


Pinacotheca Philosophica

Philosophy and Philosophers in Art


Calvin John (Jean Calvin, Jean Cauvin 1509-1564)

·         Unidentified Artist (17th century). Jean Calvin (Bibliotheca chalcographica, 1669)

Campanella Tommaso (Giovanni Domenico Campanella, 1568-1639)

·         Unidentified Artist (17th century). Tommaso Campanella (Bibliotheca chalcographica, 1664)

Camus Albert (1913-1960)

·         Vasco. Albert Camus (© Vasco)

Carlyle Thomas (1795-1881)

·         Brown Ford Madox. Work (1852-1865, Manchester, Manchester City Art Galleries)

o        Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881)

·         Greaves. Portrait of Thomas Carlyle Wearing a Hat (private collection)

·         Watts George Frederick. Portrait of Thomas Carlyle (private collection)

·         Whistler. Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 2: Portrait of Thomas Carlyle (1872-1873, Glasgow, Art Gallery and Museum)

Carneades (214-129 B. C.)

·         German Artist (19th century). Carneades: Illustration from Galerie der alten Griechen und R?mer (1801, Augsburg)

Chalcondyles Demetriussee: Demetrius Chalcondyles

Chateaubriand Fran?ois-Auguste-Ren?, de (1768-1848)

·         David Jean-Pierre. Bust of Chateaubriand (1829, Angers, Mus?e des Beaux Arts)

·         David Jean-Pierre. Chateaubriand (1830, private collection)

·         Girodet-Triosson. Fran?ois-Ren? de Chateaubriand (1809, private collection)

Chilon of Sparta (6th century B. C.)

·         German Artist (19th century). Chilon of Sparta: Illustration from Galerie der alten Griechen und R?mer (1801, Augsburg)

Chrysippus (c. 280 – c. 206 B. C.)

·         Puget. Philosopher (1662, Cleveland, Museum of Art)

Not identified, possibly Chrysippus, Epicurus or Socrates.

·         German Artist (19th century). Chrysippus: Illustration from Galerie der alten Griechen und R?mer (1801, Augsburg)

·         Unknown Sculptor. Chrisippus (London, British Museum – I)

·         Unknown Sculptor. Chrisippus (London, British Museum – II)

·         Unknown Sculptor. Chrisippus (Rome, The Capitoline Museum)

o        Chrisippus (viewed from a different angle)

·         Unknown Sculptor. Chrisippus (Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi)

Chrysostom John (c. 347-407)

·         D?rer. The Penance of St. John Chrysostom (c. 1496, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

o        St. John Chrysostom (c. 347-407)

·         Laurens. St. John Chrysostom and Empress Eudoxia (1893, Toulouse, Mus?e des Augustins)

·         Vasnetsov Victor. Orthodox Bishops (1885-1896, Kiev, Cathedral of St. Vladimir)

o        St. John Chrysostom (c. 347-407)

·         German Artist (17th century). St. John Chrysostom: Illustration from Πατρολογια, id est Descriptio S. Patrum Gr?corum & Latinorum (1624, Augsburg)

·         Italian Painter (15th century). Madonna and Child with Saints and Donors (1496, Milan, Pinacoteca di Brera)

o        St. John Chrysostom (c. 347-407)

·         Russian Miniaturist (13th century). St. John Chrisostom

Chuan Shansee: Wang Fu-zhi

Cicero Marcus Tullius (106-43 B. C.)

·         Delacroix. Eloquence: Cicero (1841-1846, Paris, Palais du Luxembourg: The Senate Library)

·         Delacroix. The Limbo: Cupola Painting (1841-1846, Paris, Palais du Luxembourg: The Senate Library)

o        The Limbo: Cupola Painting (viewed from a different perspective)

o        Famous Romans (detail)

o        Famous Romans (detail enlarged)

§         Cicero (Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 B.C.)

·         Foppa. The Young Cicero Reading (c. 1464, London, Wallace Collection)

·         Franciabigio. The Triumph of Cicero (c. 1520, Poggio a Caiano, Villa Medici)

o        Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B. C.)

·         Ghirlandajo Domenico. Decoration of the Sala del Gigli (1482-1484, Florence, Palazzo Vecchio, Sala del Gigli)

o        Decoration of the Sala del Gigli: Fresco above the right-hand door

o        Decoration of the Sala del Gigli: Fresco above the right-hand door (enlarged)

§         Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B. C.)

·         Houdon. Cicero (1803, Paris, Mus?e du Louvre)

o        Cicero (detail)

·         Taddeo di Bartolo. Allegories and Figures from Roman History (1413-1414, Siena, Palazzo Pubblico)

o        Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B. C.)

·         Valenciennes. Cicero Discovering the Tomb of Archimedes (1787, Toulouse, Mus?e des Augustins)

·         German Artist (19th century). Cicero: Illustration from Galerie der alten Griechen und R?mer (1801, Augsburg)

·         Roman Sculptor (1st century A. D.). Portrait of Cicero (1st century A. D., Rome, The Capitoline Museum)

Combach Johann (1585-1651)

·         Unidentified Artist (17th century). Johann Combach (Bibliotheca chalcographica, 1669)

Comte Isidore-Auguste-Marie-Fran?ois-Xavier (1798-1857)

·         Injalbert. Monument to Auguste Comte (1902, Paris, Place de la Sorbonne)

o        Monument to Auguste Comte (detail)

Condorcet Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de (1743-1794)

·         Houdon. Condorcet (c. 1785, Paris, Mus?e du Louvre)

o        Condorcet (detail)

·         French Painter (18th century). Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas Caritat, marquis de Condorcet (between 1890-1794, Paris, Mus?e Carnavalet)

Confucius (K’ung-tzu, K’ung-fu-tzu, 551-479 B.C.)

·         Flewelling Ralph Carlin. Confucius: He who knoweth the truth is not as good as he who loveth it: and he who loveth it is not as good as he who delighteth in it: A Mosaic in the Main Reading Room of James Harmon Hoose Library of Philosophy (1929, Los Angeles, The University of Southern California, Mudd Hall of Philosophy).

·         LaFarge. The Recording of Precedents: Confucius and His Pupils Collate and Transcribe Documents in Their Favorite Grove: Study for a Supreme Court Room Mural, Minnesota State Capitol, Saint Paul (1903, private collection)

·         Roerich Nicholas. Confucius the Just One (1925, Miami, Florida, Bolling Collection)

Copernicus Nicolaus (1473-1543)

·         Matejko. Astronomer Copernicus, or Conversation with God (1872, Krak?w, The Jagiellonian University Museum)

·         Unidentified Artist (17th century). Nicolaus Copernicus (Bibliotheca chalcographica, 1669)

Covarrubias y Leiva Antonio, de (1524-1602)

·         Greco, El. Antonio de Covarrubias (c. 1600, Paris, Mus?e du Louvre)

·         Greco, El. The Burial of Count Orgaz (1586, Toledo, Santo Tom?)

o        Antonio de Covarrubias y Leiva (1524-1602)

·         Persons related to Antonio de Covarrubias y Leiva:

o        Greco, El. Diego de Covarrubias (brother to Antonio de Covarrubias y Leiva, 1512-1577) (c. 1600, Toledo, Museo de El Greco)

Crates of Athens (died c. 268/265 B.C.)

·         Ribera. Philosopher Crates of Athens (Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art)

Crates of Thebes (4th century B.C.)

·         Giordano. The Philosopher Crates (c. 1650, Rome, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica)

Cremonini Cesare (1550-1631)

·         Unidentified Artist (17th century). Cesare Cremonini (Bibliotheca chalcographica, 1652)

Cusanus Nicolaussee: Nicholas of Cusa