Michel Le Nobletz | Wikiwand
Dom Michel Le Nobletz was a vigorous Counter-Reformation missionary active in the west of Brittany, who was responsible for a revival of popular Catholic culture. He developed new methods of teaching, and invented distinctive painted placards — known as taolennoù – which became widely used in the area.
1612-20 Lenten Penitence Perhaps? - 7 Deadly Sins by Jan Collaert II 1571-1633
1612-1620 Septem Peccata Mortalia Print made by: Jan Collaert II (printmaker; Flemish; Male; c.1561-c.1620) Published by: Theodoor Galle (publisher/printer; printmaker; dealer/auction house; Flemish; Male; 1571-1633) The Seven Deadly Sins; Adam and Eve in central image; surrounded by seven roundels with biblical scenes showing the seven deadly sins ('Pride' as the fallen angels [Isaiah 14]; 'Avarice' as Ananias and Sapphira dropping dead in front of St Peter after withholding part of profits…
Image gallery: The Seven Deadly Sins / Invidia
Full: Front Envy (Invidia); an allegorical figure of a woman eating her heart and pointing to her attribute of a turkey in the centre foreground; in front of her two dogs fight over a bone; behind her a hollow tree trunk and a fantastical structure spanning a river; various demons throughout. 1558 Engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum
Pieter van der Heyden | Sloth (Desidia), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artist: Pieter van der Heyden (Netherlandish, ca. 1525–1569). Artist: After Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish, Breda (?) ca. 1525–1569 Brussels)....