Götz Kluge's photos with the religious iconography

Mary's and the Baker's Kerchiefs

Mary's and the Baker's Kerchiefs
[left]: Redrawn segment from one of Henry Holiday's pencil drafts for the depiction of the Baker's visit to his uncle (1876) in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark. Below the draft you see a segment of the final – and less daring – illustration.

[ri…
Added on December 27, 2014

Carpenters Shop and Millais' Allusions

Carpenters Shop and Millais' Allusions
Finding Millais' allusions to an anonymous painter is a "bycatch" of my Snark hunt.

[top]: John Everett Millais: Christ in the House of His Parents aka The Carpenter's Shop (1850).
Location: Tate Britain (N03584), London.
Literature:
* Deborah Mary Kerr…
Added on February 15, 2014

Tnetopinmo

Tnetopinmo
William Blake: The Omnipotent or The Ancient of Days, 1794, detail mirror view

Inset: The Snark hunting Bellman
Added on June 10, 2013

The Vanishing and the Gneiss Rock

The Vanishing and the Gneiss Rock
Rotated segment from John Ruskin's Gneiss Rock (Glenfinlas, 1853; now in the Ashmolean Museum) mounted into Holiday's illustration (1876, cut by Joseph Swain) to the chapter The Vanishing in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark.
Added on August 27, 2013

Thomas Cranmer's Burning

Thomas Cranmer's Burning
The left picture is a segment from an print which shows the burning of Thomas Cranmer.

The right picture is a +135° rotated detail from Henry Holiday's illustration to the final chapter of Lewis Carroll' s The Hunting of the Snark,


In "The annotaded…
Added on August 13, 2013

Holiday and Gheeraerts I

Holiday and Gheeraerts I
Illustrations by Henry Holiday (from The Hunting of the Snark,1876) and Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder (Allegory of Iconoclasts around 1567): In the "mouth" of Gheeraert's "head" a praying priest is depicted. The shape of the priest also is visible in the "m…
Added on July  3, 2013

The Carpenter and Ahasuerus

The Carpenter and Ahasuerus
[left]: Vectorized segment from John Everett Millais: Christ in the House of His Parents aka The Carpenter's Shop (1850).
Location: Tate Britain (N03584), London.

[right]: Vectorized segment from Philip Galle after Maarten van Heemskerck, Redrawn print A…
Added on June 30, 2013

From Doré's Root to Holiday's Rat

From Doré's Root to Holiday's Rat
Details from illustrations
[left]: by Gustave Doré (to John Milton's Paradise Lost, Book VI, 1866) and
[right]: by Henry Holiday (to The Hunting of the Snark, 1876) .

Here Henry Holiday played with zoomorphism and turned what could be parts of a root in…
Added on June 30, 2013

42 Boxes meet the Iconoclasts

42 Boxes meet the Iconoclasts
[left]: Segment (devided) of Henry Holiday's depiction of the Baker's visit to his uncle (1876) in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark (engraved by Joseph Swain). Outside of the window are some of the Baker's 42 boxes.

[right]: Anonymous: Segment (t…
Added on June 30, 2013

Thumb & Lappet

Thumb & Lappet
[left]: Henry Holiday: Segment from a depictionof the Baker's visit to his uncle (1876) in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark (engraved by Joseph Swain).

[center]: Doesn't this thumb look more like a piece of cloth rather than like a thumb?

[right…
Added on June 29, 2013

Snark Hunt: Square One

Snark Hunt: Square One
Illustration by Henry Holiday to The Hunting of the Snark (1876) and The Image Breakers (1566-1568) by Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder.

This is the first comparison which I made between a Snark illustration by Henry Holiday and another image. A second discov…
Added on June 24, 2013

"But if ever I meet with a Boojum, that day, I shall softly and suddenly vanish away."

"But if ever I meet with a Boojum, that day, I shall softly and suddenly vanish away."
Patterns from an illustration by Henry Holiday (and Joseph Swain) to the chapter The Vanishing in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark (1876) and a segment of the Allegory of Iconoclasm (or The Image Breakers) by Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder (c. 1567).…
Added on June 23, 2013

Thomas Cramer's hand?

Thomas Cramer's hand?
From an illustration by Henry Holiday to Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark (1876). The shown structure could be a fire. Who knows?
Added on June 23, 2013

William III, Religion and Liberty, Care and Hope

William III, Religion and Liberty, Care and Hope
The color markers in both images show, to which pictorial elements in a 1674 print Henry Holiday alluded in his illustration to Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark (lower image, 1876) in the chapter The Hunting. The print (upper image by an anonymous…
Added on June  1, 2013

The Ancient of Bad Hair Days

The Ancient of Bad Hair Days
William Blake's "The Omnipotent" or "The Ancient of Days" (1794) after a major sneezing episode.

--> new version (2015): www.ipernity.com/doc/goetzkluge/37946780
Added on November  9, 2013

Kerchiefs and other shapes

Kerchiefs and other shapes
[left]: Redrawn segment from one of Henry Holiday's pencil drafts for the depiction of the Baker's visit to his uncle (1876) in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark.

[right]: John Everett Millais: Redrawn Segment from Christ in the House of His Paren…
Added on June  9, 2013

Holiday - Millais - Anonymous - Galle

Holiday - Millais - Anonymous - Galle
See also: www.academia.edu/9856486/Henry_Holiday_-_and_Millais_Christ_in_the_House_of_His_Parents_

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The discovery here is the allusion by Henry Holiday to the painting by J.E. Millais. Finding Millais' allusions to an anonymous painter and to Galle's p…
Added on June  8, 2013

From Doré's Root to Holiday's Rat

From Doré's Root to Holiday's Rat
Segments from illustrations
[left]: by Gustave Doré (to John Milton's Paradise Lost, Book VI, 1866) and
[right]: by Henry Holiday (to The Hunting of the Snark, 1876) .

Here Henry Holiday played with zoomorphism and turned what could be parts of a root i…
Added on June  6, 2013