The Four Elements: Water 1569, Joachim Beuckelaer This painting is part of the group: The Four Elementswelve different varieties of fish have been identified among those offered for sale in this painting. The direct gaze of the stall holders is particularly striking, as is Beuckelaer's use of steep perspective framing the street vista to the left. Framed by the central arch is the scene of Christ appearning to the disciples for the third time after his Resurrection National gallery London
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The Four Classical Elements by WeykmanPhotography on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/242080280/the-four-classical-elements To the ancient civilisations, the universe was divided into four basic principles, energies or elements, these being Earth, Water, Fire, and Air. These basic principles are more attuned to emotions, the psyche and nature, than with the modern explanations of the world. The elements are more forces or qualities of energy rather than manifestations of physical forms.
Four Basic Elements.In classical thought, the four elements Water, Air, Earth, and Fire frequently occur; sometimes including a fifth element or quintessence (after “quint” meaning “fifth”) called Aether in ancient Greece and India. The concept of the five elements formed a basis of analysis in both Hinduism and Buddhism. In Hinduism, particularly in an esoteric context, the four states-of-matter describe matter, and a fifth element describes that which was beyond the material world. Similar…