The Temptations of Saint Anthony the Abbot, c.1520/24 Joachim Patinir (c.1485-1524)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 155 x 173 cm

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12th June 2016 11:24pm
Joachim Patinir - The Temptation of St. Anthony

The inventory of the Escorial made in 1574 carries the statement that the figures are 'by the hand of Master Coyntin' (Quentin Metsys, 1466-1530) and the landscape by 'Master Joaquin.'

The collaboration (Patinir collaborated with other painters in various works) is limited to the figures in the foreground and those in the erotic scene at the right, inspired by Bosch. In the female figures, especially the caricatured old hag, the reference to Leonardo is clear.

Beyond the opulently coloured curve shape formed by the temptresses around the hermit-saint, the landscape goes deep into the distance. As in other examples, it is caught while bathed in air that is clean, transparent, as in an interval between downpours; and as it moves to the distant horizon, the landscape reveals masses of trees, prairies, buildings and a basin of reflecting water that branches out into tortuous rivers. It is the 'peace after the storm,' still dripping from the dark clouds - a respite of calm that opens and expands in the vision.