Allegory of Agriculture by Salvador Gurri

  • Description

In the Allegory of Agriculture by Salvador Gurri, agriculture is represented by a crown of towers and walls, attributes of the goddess Cybele, surrounded by a circle with the twelve heavenly signs representing the months of the year. There are also various fruits, a small tree symbolising the farmer’s love for plants, ears of wheat indicating that the main goal of this occupation is to multiply the harvests, a plough, a sieve and a vaguely outlined spade or fork.

This relief is located on the right-hand side of the gallery that leads to the Neoclassical courtyard.

Location

Casa Llotja de Mar

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Author's works
at the Llotja de Mar

  • Industry

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Commerce

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Coat of Arms of the Virgin

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Coats of Arms of the Board of Trade

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Allegory of Science

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Allegory of Industry

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Allegory of Agriculture

    Salvador Gurri 
  • Allegory of Maritime Trade

    Salvador Gurri