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WINE IN ART
The Vintage Wine Poems Art Gallery
 As is the case in the world of the poetic arts, wine has been a part of the art world since the medium's inception (ie, cave drawings).  On this page, you will find digital images of art works that are in the public domain (unless otherwise noted).   In the USA, this means that (for the most part) these works were produced prior to 1923.  In other parts of the world, the public domain rules differ, but 70 to 100 years after the death of the artist is common.
   
  It is widely held that photos of works of art that are in the public domain are also in the public domain. This is especially accurate in the USA, where this concept has held up in courts of law. This does not mean that the production of such images does not require much skill and talent.  The photographers who make their work available to us all deserve our respect and gratitude.  If you are in a country other than the USA, your copyright laws may differ as to "the faithful reproductions of  two-dimentional works of art in the public domain".  (See more here )
    The original source for these images are duly noted with a link provided where applicable.

CAUTION:  THERE ARE NUDE IMAGES INCLUDED IN THIS COLLECTION
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WINE DRINKERS


The Young Wine Tasters
Albert Roosenboom

(1845-1875)
Wikipedia Commons Link

Good Wine
Johann Friedrich Wentzel
(1670-1729)
Wikipedia Commons Link


Monk Testing Wine
 Antonio Casanova y Estorach
(1847-1896)
Wikipedia Commons Link


The Drinker
Charles Denet 1853-1939
Wikipedia Commons Link

A Woman Drinkiing with Two Men  Pieter de Hooch (1629-c.1684)
Wikipedia Commons Link

Illustration from FitzGerald's "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" (first version)
Edmund J. Sullivan (1869-1933)
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Card Players (5th version)
Paul Cezanne
(1839-1906)











The Wine Drinker
Gabriel Metsu
(1629-1667)
Wikipedia Commons Link










My Father and Piacsek,
with Red Wine
Rippl-Rónai, József
(1861 - 1927)
Wikipedia Commons Link



illustration  from "Poems By John Keats" (1897)
Robert Anning Bell (1863-1933)



A Prize For The Artists' Corp (Wine)
Lawrence Alma-Tadema
(1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link

The Roman Wine Tasters
Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link


A Happy Couple
Jules Zermati (1880-1920)
Wikipedia Commons Link

illustration  from "Poems By John Keats" (1897)
Robert Anning Bell (1863-1933)
A Man Offering A Glass of Wine to a Woman
Pieter de Hooch
(1629-1684)
Art Renewal Center Link




Hip, Hip, Hurrah
Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909)

This painting depitcts a group of 19th Century painters who worked in Skagen, Denmark. 

See the source
Wikipedia Commons Link
for details





Dinner Will Be Late

Adolf Humborg
(1847-??)

Art Renewal Center Link
















The Wedding at Cana

Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1682)

The Christian Scripture's story of Jesus changing water into wine has many portrayals in the art world.  

Also see the wine poems Cana by James Freeman Clarke and To our Lord, upon the Water Made Wine by Richard Crashaw.





The Last Supper
Fritz von Uhde

(1848-1911)
Wikipedia Commons Link 



The most famous painting of The Last Supper is by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) . . . you know the one with everyone on the same side of the table.  - SHB

WINE MERCHANTS AND TAVERNS


Auvergne
Wine Merchant Poster
creator and date unknown

Wikiepedia Commons Link

The Wine Shop
 Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)
Wikiepedia Commons Link



The Wine Merchant

artist unknown
14th Century
Wikiepedia Commons Link

A 1911 Postcard
featuring a wine poem to be found
 HERE


From the George Fuermann Texas and Houston Collection. Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.
Source Link



The Wine Merchant
Pompeo Massani
(1850-1920)
Art Renewal Center Link


Govenors of the
Wine Merchant's Guild

Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680)
Wikiepedia Commons Link

In The Wine Cellar
by Fritz Wagne
r (1896-1939)
Art Renewal Center Link





A Bar in the Foiles-Bergere
Edouard Manet (1832-1883)











VINEYARDS



Welcome Sign of the
Napa Valley Vintner's Association


. . . and the wine is  
bottled poetry
. . .
- Robert Louis Stevenson

photo by By Aaron Logan
lightmatterphotography.com

 Creative Commons License 3.0

"The Red Vineyard at Aries" by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
Wikipedia Commons Link


"In The Vineyard"
Jozsef Rippi-Ronai (1861-1927)



Vineyard II
Elin Danielson-Gambogi (1861-1919)

Wikipedia Commons Link












Les Vignes a Cagne
(The Vineyards at Cagnes)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)
Wikipedia Commons Link

WINEMAKING


illustration  from "Poems By John Keats" (1897)
Robert Anning Bell (1863-1933)










The Grape Picker
William Adolphe Bouguereau
(1825-1905)
Art Renewal Center Link



The Wine Tasting

artist unknown
19th Century
(wine press at upper-right)
Wikipedia Commons Link

Pressing Grapes
John Reinhard Weguelin (1849-1927)
Wikipedia Commons Link




Autumn
artist unknown 
14th Century
Wikipedia Commons Link









The Wine Press
Leon Augustin L'Hermitte
(1844-1925)

Art Renewal Center Link






New Wine

Adolf Humborg
(1847-??)
Art Renewal Center Link

The Vintage in California - at work at the wine presses
Paul Frenzeny (1840-1902)
Wikipedia Commons Link

This color engraving is the work of French artist Paul Frenzeny on assignment for Harper's Weekly to document the the life of the Chinese in San Francisco in the late 1800's.  The exact time of its appearance in the magazine is not  certain (late 19th Century). It's subject matter is controversial today, as the Chinese laborer was often exploited during this time period. - SHB

STILL LIFE


 Glasses
Giles Tran

Computer-generated still life image released to the public domain by its creator
Wikipedia Commons Link


Still Life with Wine Glass and Silver Bowl
Pieter Claesz
(1597-1661)
Art Renewal Center Link

Still life with bottle carafe, bread, butter
and wine
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
Source Link






Still life with Romer cup, silver tazza
and small bread
Pieter Claesz (1597/98-1660)
Wikipedia Commons Link


 Basket of Peaches, with Walnuts, Knife, and Glass of Wine
Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin (1699-1779)

Wikipedia Commons Link

Still life with carafe of wine, bread
and glasses
Francois Barraud (1899-1934)

Wikipedia Commons Link


A Still Life of Black Grapes, A Wine Glass . .
Edward Ladell
(1821-1886)
Art Renewal Center Link

Before the Window
Juan Gris
(1897-1927
Source Link

BACCHUS/DIONYSUS


Drinking Bacchus
Guido Reni (1875-1642)
Wikipedia Commons Link

Bust of Bacchus
Michelangelo Maestri (c.1779-c.1812)
Wikipedia Commons Link

The Boy Bacchus
Guido Reni
(1575-1642)
Wikipedia Commons Link







Bacchus in a Landscape
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

This painting was first described in the French royal inventory as Saint John the Baptist in the Desert, then at the end of the 17th century, possibly as the result of a restoration, as Bacchus in a Landscape. Like Leonardo's half-length portrait Saint John the Baptist, it is a syncretic work. The index finger pointing upward toward a divine sign and the deer are Christian symbols. The thyrsis, the crown of vine leaves or ivy, the bunch of grapes, and the panther skin are attributes of Bacchus.
      - from Wikipedia





 Bacchus
Joachim Wtewael (1566-1638)
























Bacchus and Ariadne
Titian (1490-1576)
Wikipedia Commons Link


BACCHANALS


"The Youth of Bacchus"
William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)

Wikipedia Commons Link

"The Vintage Festival"
Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)

Wikipedia Commons Link


"A Dedication To Bacchus"
Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)

Wikipedia Commons Link


Wine Harvest
Karoly Marko, the Elder
(1791-1869)
Art Renewal Center Link


Between Venus and Bacchus
 Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link

Bacchanale
Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)

Art Renewal Center Link

MEANADS AND BACCHANTES


"The Priestess of Bacchus"
John Collier (1850-1934)

Wikiepedia Commons Link

Baccante
William-Adolphe Bouguereau
(1825-1905)
Wikiepedia Commons Link


"Malice"
William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905)

Wikiepedia Commons Link


Bacchante
Playing The Cymbals
Simon Berthelemy
(1743-1811)


Wikiepedia Commons Link

Narcisse Bacchante
Leon Bakst (1866-1924)
(cistume design)
Wikiepedia Commons Link

"Lady Hamilton"
(as a Bacchante)
George Romney (1734-1802)
Wikiepedia Commons Link


Bacchante with Flute
Charles Gleyre (1808-1874)
Wikiepedia Commons Link


Bacchante
(Sophie de Tottt portrait)
Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (1755-1842)
Wikiepedia Commons Link

Bacchante
Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (1755-1842)
Wikiepedia Commons Link

La Bacchante
Gustave Courbet (1819-1877)
Wikiepedia Commons Link


Bacchante
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
 (1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link


 Exhausted Maenides after the Dance
Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link


Autumn Vintage Festival
 Lawrence Alma-Tadema
(1836-1912)
Art Renewal Center Link






Nymphes et Satyre
William Adolphe Bouguereau
(1825-1905)
Art Renewal Center Link
















A Thyrse
Robert Anning Bell
 (1863-1933)
from "Poems By John Keats" (1897)

Women of Amphissa
 Lawrence Alma-Tadema
(1836-1912)
One of the tales from Bacchic mythology concerns the Maenads when they arrived in the town of Aphissa, exhausted and in great need of rest.  Many of the lovely followers of Bacchus passed out where they stood and fell sound asleep.  The Women of Amphissa formed a protective ring around them . . . protecting them from whom?  The MEN of Amphissa, of course!    -SHB



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Illustration from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, First Version (translated by Edward FitzGerald) First published in 1913
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