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Thunderbolt Collection

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Elijah's Sacrifice, 1645. Creator: Bartholomeus Breenbergh

Elijah's Sacrifice, 1645. Creator: Bartholomeus Breenbergh
Elijah's Sacrifice, 1645

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Vajradhara Buddha Seated Holding a Thunderbolt (Vajra) and Bell (Ghanta), 15th century

Vajradhara Buddha Seated Holding a Thunderbolt (Vajra) and Bell (Ghanta), 15th century

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Buddhist Deity Vajrasattva with Bell (Ghanta) and Thunderbolt (Vajra), 18th century

Buddhist Deity Vajrasattva with Bell (Ghanta) and Thunderbolt (Vajra), 18th century

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Vajrasattva Seated on Lotus Flower with Hands Grasping a

Vajrasattva Seated on Lotus Flower with Hands Grasping a Thunderbolt (Vajra) and Bell (Ghanta) with Thunderbolt Handle, Tang dynasty (618-907), late 8th/early 9th century

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: The Fall of Phaeton, Aubusson, after 1776. Creator: Manufacture royale d Aubusson

The Fall of Phaeton, Aubusson, after 1776. Creator: Manufacture royale d Aubusson
The Fall of Phaeton, Aubusson, after 1776. The Fall of Phaeton (Phaetontis casus) from Ovids Metamorphoses. Possibly woven at the workshop of Gabriel Babonneix at the Manufacture Royale d Aubusson

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Jove casts his Thunderbolts at the Rebellious Giants, 1690 / 95

Jove casts his Thunderbolts at the Rebellious Giants, 1690 / 95
Jove casts his Thunderbolts at the Rebellious Giants, 1690/95

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: The Battle between the Gods and the Giants, c. 1608. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael

The Battle between the Gods and the Giants, c. 1608. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael
The Battle between the Gods and the Giants, c. 1608

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Crown of Cornflowers from The Complete Works of Beranger, 1836

Crown of Cornflowers from The Complete Works of Beranger, 1836

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Phaeton, from Game of Mythology (Jeu de la Mythologie), 1644

Phaeton, from Game of Mythology (Jeu de la Mythologie), 1644

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Apollo in his horse-drawn chariot at the left, above him above Jupiter hurls a thunderb

Apollo in his horse-drawn chariot at the left, above him above Jupiter hurls a thunderbolt, Venus at right in her chariot drawn by animals, 1530-60

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Plate 3: Jupiter emerging from a niche, riding an eagle

Plate 3: Jupiter emerging from a niche, riding an eagle and holding a thunderbolt in his left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses, 1526

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Jupiter and Juno seated on clouds, with an eagle holding thunderbolts below at left, 1631

Jupiter and Juno seated on clouds, with an eagle holding thunderbolts below at left, 1631

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Title page, Der Grossen Artillerie Feuerwerck... 1676. Creator: Christoph Metzger

Title page, Der Grossen Artillerie Feuerwerck... 1676. Creator: Christoph Metzger
Title page, Der Grossen Artillerie Feuerwerck... 1676

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Pompa Introitus... Ferdinand, Austriaci. Antwerp, 1635. 1635

Pompa Introitus... Ferdinand, Austriaci. Antwerp, 1635. 1635. Creators: Theodoor van Thulden, Gaspar Gevaerts
Pompa Introitus...Ferdinand, Austriaci. Antwerp, 1635. [Arcus Monetalis, Pars Posterior, (The Arch of the Mint: The Rear Face)]

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Thunderbolt, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Thunderbolt, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Thunderbolt, 1911. Portrait of the racehorse Thunderbolt, ridden by an unknown jockey. From " British Sports and Sportsmen: Racing Coursing and Steeplechasing", Part II

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Disciples catching the mantle - the Spirit of Darkness overshadowing the Priests of Baal, 1808

Disciples catching the mantle - the Spirit of Darkness overshadowing the Priests of Baal, 1808
Disciples catching the mantle - the Spirit of Darkness overshadowing the Priests of Baal, pub. 1808 (hand coloured etching)

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Greek Bronze Statue of Poseidon found in sea near Cape Artemisian, c5th century BC

Greek Bronze Statue of Poseidon found in sea near Cape Artemisian, c5th century BC. The Artemision Bronze (often called the God from the Sea)

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Jupiter Hurling Thunderbolts at the Vices, 1554-1556 (1870). Artist: L Chapon

Jupiter Hurling Thunderbolts at the Vices, 1554-1556 (1870). Artist: L Chapon
Jupiter Hurling Thunderbolts at the Vices, 1554-1556 (1870). After the painting by Paolo Veonese in the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: The Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) protect a ship, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart

The Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) protect a ship, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart
The Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) protect a ship, 1733. A plate from Le Temple des Muses, Amsterdam, 1733. Found in the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills

Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills
Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Thunderbolt was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Their Ship Rose from the Grave to Triumph, 1941

Their Ship Rose from the Grave to Triumph, 1941. Some of the crew of the submarine Thunderbolt, with 1st Lieutenant J. Stevens. From The War Illustrated: Volume 4 edited by Sir John Hammerton

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Revolutionary Fury and Britannia, 1814. Artist: I Brown

Revolutionary Fury and Britannia, 1814. Artist: I Brown
Revolutionary Fury and Britannia, 1814. Revolutionary Fury setting out to enslave or destroy the nations of Europe, is stopped by the interposing shield of Britannia who launches her thunders

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1655. Artist: Michel de Marolles

Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1655. Artist: Michel de Marolles
Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1655. A plate from Michel de Marolless Tableaux du Temple des Muses, Paris, 1655. Found in the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart

Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart
Phaeton struck down by Jupiters thunderbolt, 1733. A plate from Le Temple des Muses, Amsterdam, 1733. Found in the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Semele is Consumed by Jupiters Fire, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart

Semele is Consumed by Jupiters Fire, 1733. Artist: Bernard Picart
Semele is Consumed by Jupiters Fire, 1733. A plate from Le temple des Muses, Amsterdam, 1733. Fround in the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Scamander, 1615. Artist: Leonard Gaultier

Scamander, 1615. Artist: Leonard Gaultier
Scamander, 1615. Scamander fought on the side of the Trojans during the Trojan War. In this context, he is the personification of the Scamander River that flowed from Mount Ida across the plain

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Thunderbolt or lightning, 1508

Thunderbolt or lightning, 1508. A man sheltering under a tree struck by lightning or a thunderbolt. From Margarita philosophica (The Pearl of Philosophy) by Gregor Reisch. (Basel, 1508)

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Jupiter with a Thunderbolt, Bronze, Roman Period, 2nd century

Jupiter with a Thunderbolt, Bronze, Roman Period, 2nd century. From Romania (Cluj) at Cluj, Transylvania Museum

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Bronze Vajra (thunderbolts), ritual weapons of Buddhist deities, 7th to 10th century

Bronze Vajra (thunderbolts), ritual weapons of Buddhist deities, 7th to 10th century
Vajra (thunderbolts), ritual weapons of Buddhist deities, 7th to 10th century. Made in bronze in Nepal, from the British Museums collection

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Roman bronze statuette of Jupiter, 2nd century

Roman bronze statuette of Jupiter, 2nd century
Roman bronze statuette of Jupiter holding a sceptre and thunderbolt. Probably from Hungary, 2nd century

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Greek bronze of Zeus with a thunderbolt

Greek bronze of Zeus with a thunderbolt, from Corinth. In the National Archaeological Museum in Athens

Background imageThunderbolt Collection: Gold and bronze statuette of Baal hurling a thunderbolt

Gold and bronze statuette of Baal hurling a thunderbolt from Minet-el-Beda, Syria. From the Louvres collection


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