Mythology

By Redon - Leda persuaded by the swan

By Redon – Leda persuaded by the swan

By Delacroix - The instruction of Achilles with bows and arrows

By Delacroix – The instruction of Achilles with bows and arrows

By Carracci - The female wolf suckles Romulus and Remus

By Carracci – The female wolf suckles Romulus and Remus

By Corinth, L. - The childhood of Zeus

By Corinth, L. – The childhood of Zeus

By Poussin - Nymph riding on a ram, besieged by a Satyr while cupid sleeps

By Poussin – Nymph riding on a ram, besieged by a Satyr while cupid sleeps

By Fuseli - Antigone buried her brother

By Fuseli – Antigone buried her brother

By Daumier - Drunken Silenus is helped

By Daumier – Drunken Silenus is helped

By Blake, W. - The suffering of Laocoon

By Blake, W. – The suffering of Laocoon

By Dalí - The nymph Laurel-woman

By Dalí – The nymph Laurel-woman

By Spranger, Bartholomeus - Spirited Pegasus

By Spranger, Bartholomeus – Spirited Pegasus

By Rodin - Woman raped by a centaur

By Rodin – Woman raped by a centaur

By Runge, P. O. - The god Thor

By Runge, P. O. – The god Thor

By Barbier, G. - Preparatory drawing for The Birth of Venus in the shell

By Barbier, G. – Preparatory drawing for The Birth of Venus in the shell

By Dürer - the bare goddess Nemesis

By Dürer – the bare goddess Nemesis

By Goltzius, H. - Dionysus the drinker holds a cluster of grape under the sign of Scorpio

By Goltzius, H. – Dionysus the drinker holds a cluster of grape under the sign of Scorpio

By Rubens - Hercules crowned by two putti

By Rubens – Hercules crowned by two putti

By Da Vinci - A girl deifying the Unicorn

By Da Vinci – A girl deifying the Unicorn

By Bakst, L. - The appeal of Narcissus

By Bakst, L. – The appeal of Narcissus

By Géricault - Girl raped by a Faun

By Géricault – Girl raped by a Faun

By Boucher, F. - Triton offering a shell

By Boucher, F. – Triton offering a shell

By Tiepolo - Diana resting at night

By Tiepolo – Diana resting at night

By Le Brun - Satyr lures Bacchus

By Le Brun – Satyr lures Bacchus

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