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Echion (Ancient Greek: Έχίων), also known as Aetion, was a celebrated Greek painter spoken of by Lucian, who gives a description of one of his pictures, representing the marriage of Alexander and Roxana. This painting excited such admiration when exhibited at the Olympic Games, that Proxenidas, one of the judges, gave the artist his daughter in marriage. Echion seems to have excelled particularly in the art of mixing and laying on his colors. It has commonly been supposed that he lived in the time of Alexander the Great; but the words of Lucian show clearly that he must have lived about the time of Hadrian and the Antonines. Aloys Hirt supposes that the name of the painter of Alexander's marriage, whom Lucian praises so highly, as Aetion, is a corruption of Echion.

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  • Écion (pintor)
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  • Echion (Ancient Greek: Έχίων), also known as Aetion, was a celebrated Greek painter spoken of by Lucian, who gives a description of one of his pictures, representing the marriage of Alexander and Roxana. This painting excited such admiration when exhibited at the Olympic Games, that Proxenidas, one of the judges, gave the artist his daughter in marriage. Echion seems to have excelled particularly in the art of mixing and laying on his colors. It has commonly been supposed that he lived in the time of Alexander the Great; but the words of Lucian show clearly that he must have lived about the time of Hadrian and the Antonines. Aloys Hirt supposes that the name of the painter of Alexander's marriage, whom Lucian praises so highly, as Aetion, is a corruption of Echion.
  • Echion (akme 352 p.n.e.) - grecki malarz i rzeźbiarz wzmiankowany i wysoko ceniony przez Cycerona i Pliniusza Starszego[potrzebny przypis]. Bywa utożsamiany z wymienionym przez Lukiana artystą Aetionem.
  • Écion (em grego: Έχίων), também conhecido por Aetion, foi um célebre pintor grego mencionado por Luciano de Samósata, que dá uma descrição de um de seus quadros, representando o casamento de Alexandre e Roxana. Esta pintura causou tal admiração, quando exposta nos Jogos Olímpicos, que Proxenidas, um dos juízes, deu ao artista uma de suas filhas em casamento. Écion parece ter-se destacado sobretudo na arte da mistura e aplicação das cores. Supõem-se que viveu na época de Alexandre, o Grande; mas as palavras de Luciano mostram claramente, que ele deve ter vivido no tempo de Adriano e os Antoninos. Aloys Hirt supõe que o nome do pintor do casamento de Alexandre, a quem Luciano elogia tão bem, como Aetion, é uma corruptela de Écion.
  • Aeción (griego antiguo Έχίων) fue un pintor y escultor griego a quien algunos historiadores suponen contemporáneo de Apeles, de Nicómaco y de Protógenes, fundándose en la mención que hacen de él Luciano y Cicerón al hablar de los otros citados pintores.
  • Aetion (Oud-Grieks: Ἀετίων) was een Oud-Grieks schilder uit de tweede helft van de 4e eeuw v.Chr..Hij schilderde in 328 v.Chr. de Bruiloft van Alexander en Roxane (ons beschreven in een ekphrasis door Lucianus), waarin voor het eerst Cupido's werden geschilderd. Dit zou zijn stempel drukken op het vroege hellenisme.Dit werk werd voorgesteld op de Olympische Spelen. Eén van de juryleden van de Olympische Spelen, Proxenidas, was zo onder de indruk van diens schilderkunst dat hij hem met zijn dochter liet huwen.Hij lijkt te zijn uitgeblonken in de kunst van het mengen en leggen van zijn verf. Hoewel het over het algemeen wordt aangenomen dat hij in de tijd van Alexander de Grote leefde, blijkt uit de woorden van Lucianus (Herod. 4) dat hij geleefd moet hebben in de periode van Hadrianus en de
  • Plinio pone il floruit di Aezione tra il 352 e il 349 a.C. (Nat. hist., XXXV, 78), ma la data deve essere abbassata; è sempre Plinio inoltre che ci fornisce i titoli di alcuni suoi dipinti. Luciano di Samosata fornisce invece la descrizione di una delle sue opere, le Nozze di Alessandro e Rossane del 327 a.C., raffigurante lo sposalizio tra Alessandro Magno e Rossane, allegoria dell'incontro tra oriente e occidente, che egli ebbe modo di vedere in Italia. Luciano riferisce che quest'opera ebbe un tale successo che, esposta ai Giochi Olimpici, il giudice Proxenidas diede la propria figlia in moglie all'artista. Il motivo del thiasos di amorini venne frequentemente ripreso dalla pittura ellenistica. È possibile che quest'opera tarda fosse una riproposizione dello schema già utilizzato per l'
  • Аэтион из Милета или из Ионии (Αετιων) — древнегреческий скульптор и живописец, современник Александра Македонского. Согласно Плинию (XXXIV, 50) сделал статую Асклепия из кедрового дерева. Известен как автор картин: «Дионис», «Трагедии», «Комедии», "Семирамида" (возможно, её свадьба с Нином), а также «Свадьба Александра и Роксаны». Ни одна из его работ не сохранилась.
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  • Echion (Ancient Greek: Έχίων), also known as Aetion, was a celebrated Greek painter spoken of by Lucian, who gives a description of one of his pictures, representing the marriage of Alexander and Roxana. This painting excited such admiration when exhibited at the Olympic Games, that Proxenidas, one of the judges, gave the artist his daughter in marriage. Echion seems to have excelled particularly in the art of mixing and laying on his colors. It has commonly been supposed that he lived in the time of Alexander the Great; but the words of Lucian show clearly that he must have lived about the time of Hadrian and the Antonines. Aloys Hirt supposes that the name of the painter of Alexander's marriage, whom Lucian praises so highly, as Aetion, is a corruption of Echion.
  • Aeción (griego antiguo Έχίων) fue un pintor y escultor griego a quien algunos historiadores suponen contemporáneo de Apeles, de Nicómaco y de Protógenes, fundándose en la mención que hacen de él Luciano y Cicerón al hablar de los otros citados pintores. Pintó un cuadro que representaba las Bodas de Alejandro Magno y Roxana. Parece que formaba juego con éste otro cuadro que representa el casamiento de Semíramis con Minos. El cuadro de las Bodas de Alejandro Magno y Roxana fue expuesto al público en el lugar donde se celebraban los juegos olímpicos; según Heródoto, le valió la mano de la hija de Proxénides, presidente de los Juegos.[cita requerida] Luciano asegura haber visto ese cuadro en Italia y la brillante descripción que hace de él inspiró al gran Rafael, induciéndole a pintar uno de los suyos.
  • Plinio pone il floruit di Aezione tra il 352 e il 349 a.C. (Nat. hist., XXXV, 78), ma la data deve essere abbassata; è sempre Plinio inoltre che ci fornisce i titoli di alcuni suoi dipinti. Luciano di Samosata fornisce invece la descrizione di una delle sue opere, le Nozze di Alessandro e Rossane del 327 a.C., raffigurante lo sposalizio tra Alessandro Magno e Rossane, allegoria dell'incontro tra oriente e occidente, che egli ebbe modo di vedere in Italia. Luciano riferisce che quest'opera ebbe un tale successo che, esposta ai Giochi Olimpici, il giudice Proxenidas diede la propria figlia in moglie all'artista. Il motivo del thiasos di amorini venne frequentemente ripreso dalla pittura ellenistica. È possibile che quest'opera tarda fosse una riproposizione dello schema già utilizzato per l'opera precedente riguardante le nozze di Semiramide. Una ripresa iconografica dell'opera di Aezione è stata vista nell'affresco delle Nozze Aldobrandini della Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, ritenendolo copia romana di un dipinto ateniese raffigurante le nozze tra Demetrio I Poliorcete e la sorella di Cassandro I, avvenute nel 320 a.C. Dallo stesso archetipo si è ipotizzato poter derivare l'affresco trovato nei pressi della Casa di Fabius Rufus a Pompei, soprattutto per quanto riguarda la figura della sposa, assimilabile anche formalmente alla personificazione della commedia rinvenuta in un gruppo scultoreo a Thasos, il quale rimanderebbe a sua volta al soggetto di un dipinto di Aezione ricordato da Plinio nel passo già ricordato. Il Sodoma dipinse un affresco nella Villa Farnesina, con lo stesso soggetto, ispirandosi alla descrizione dell'opera da parte di Luciano di Samosata nell'Erodoto .
  • Aetion (Oud-Grieks: Ἀετίων) was een Oud-Grieks schilder uit de tweede helft van de 4e eeuw v.Chr..Hij schilderde in 328 v.Chr. de Bruiloft van Alexander en Roxane (ons beschreven in een ekphrasis door Lucianus), waarin voor het eerst Cupido's werden geschilderd. Dit zou zijn stempel drukken op het vroege hellenisme.Dit werk werd voorgesteld op de Olympische Spelen. Eén van de juryleden van de Olympische Spelen, Proxenidas, was zo onder de indruk van diens schilderkunst dat hij hem met zijn dochter liet huwen.Hij lijkt te zijn uitgeblonken in de kunst van het mengen en leggen van zijn verf. Hoewel het over het algemeen wordt aangenomen dat hij in de tijd van Alexander de Grote leefde, blijkt uit de woorden van Lucianus (Herod. 4) dat hij geleefd moet hebben in de periode van Hadrianus en de Antonijnen.Volgens Marcus Tullius Cicero zou hij samen met Nicomachus, Protogenes en Apelles, in tegenstelling tot hun voorgangers Polygnotus, Zeuxis en Timanthes, niet langer vier kleuren onderscheiden hebben om mee te schilderen (en te mengen). Volgens Plinius maior was ook Aetion samen met Nicomachus, Apelles en Melanthius onderworpen aan deze vierkleurenregel van wit, geel, rood en zwart, maar dit is zeer onwaarschijnlijk.
  • Echion (akme 352 p.n.e.) - grecki malarz i rzeźbiarz wzmiankowany i wysoko ceniony przez Cycerona i Pliniusza Starszego[potrzebny przypis]. Bywa utożsamiany z wymienionym przez Lukiana artystą Aetionem.
  • Écion (em grego: Έχίων), também conhecido por Aetion, foi um célebre pintor grego mencionado por Luciano de Samósata, que dá uma descrição de um de seus quadros, representando o casamento de Alexandre e Roxana. Esta pintura causou tal admiração, quando exposta nos Jogos Olímpicos, que Proxenidas, um dos juízes, deu ao artista uma de suas filhas em casamento. Écion parece ter-se destacado sobretudo na arte da mistura e aplicação das cores. Supõem-se que viveu na época de Alexandre, o Grande; mas as palavras de Luciano mostram claramente, que ele deve ter vivido no tempo de Adriano e os Antoninos. Aloys Hirt supõe que o nome do pintor do casamento de Alexandre, a quem Luciano elogia tão bem, como Aetion, é uma corruptela de Écion.
  • Аэтион из Милета или из Ионии (Αετιων) — древнегреческий скульптор и живописец, современник Александра Македонского. Согласно Плинию (XXXIV, 50) сделал статую Асклепия из кедрового дерева. Известен как автор картин: «Дионис», «Трагедии», «Комедии», "Семирамида" (возможно, её свадьба с Нином), а также «Свадьба Александра и Роксаны». Ни одна из его работ не сохранилась. Оставленное Лукианом описание картины «Свадьба Алескандра и Роксаны» было источником вдохновения для некоторых художников эпохи Возрождения («Венера и Марс» Боттичелли). Будучи выставленной на Олимпийских играх, картина вызвала такое восхищение судей, что один из них отдал свою дочь в жёны художнику.
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