Themes

Classical Religion and Mythology

Helen Recognising Telemachus, Son of Odysseus Helen Recognising Telemachus, Son of Odysseus
Jean-Jacques Lagrenee,
1795
Jupiter and Io Jupiter and Io
Lambert Sustris,
Between 1557 and 1563
Lovers Lovers
Parmigianino,
Circa 1528
Nessus and Dejanira Nessus and Dejanira
1630s
 
Hercules and Omphale Hercules and Omphale
Giovanni Francesco Romanelli,
Second half of the 1650s
Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto. Preparatory Drawing for the Ceiling Painting in the Galleria d'Ulysee Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto. Preparatory Drawing for the Ceiling Painting in the Galleria d'Ulysee
Mars and Venus Mars and Venus
Anthony van Dyck,
1622
Nymph and Satyr Nymph and Satyr
Henri Matisse,
1908
 
Hercules at the Crossroads Hercules at the Crossroads
Pompeo Batoni,
1765
Landscape with Diana and Callisto Landscape with Diana and Callisto
Cornelis van Poelenburgh,
First half of the 17th century
Mercury and Argus Mercury and Argus
Jan Lievens,
Circa 1625/1626
Ocean Ocean
Hendrick Goltzius,
1589/1590
 
Hercules Defeating Dissension. Fresco by Pieter Paul Rubens, White Hall, London Hercules Defeating Dissension. Fresco by Pieter Paul Rubens, White Hall, London
Landscape with Heracles and the Ox-Driver Landscape with Heracles and the Ox-Driver
Lodewyk Toeput,
1598
Mercury Moving away Mercury Moving away
Pieter Paul Rubens,
1634
Orpheus and Maenads Orpheus and Maenads
Albrecht Durer,
Circa 1498
 
Hercules Obtaining the Girdle of Hyppolita Hercules Obtaining the Girdle of Hyppolita
Nicolaus Knupfer,
First half of the 17th century
Landscape with Polyphemus Landscape with Polyphemus
Nicolas Poussin,
1649
Morpheus and Iris Morpheus and Iris
Pierre Narcisse Guerin,
1811
Panel 2. Zephyr Transporting Psyche to the Island of Delight Panel 2. Zephyr Transporting Psyche to the Island of Delight
Maurice Denis,
1908
 
Juno Greeting a Winner Juno Greeting a Winner
Eustache Le Sueur,
Between 1650 and 1655
Lo Stregozzo Lo Stregozzo
Early 16th century
Mythological Motif Mythological Motif
Ker Xavier Roussel,
Circa 1903
Panel 3. Psyche Discovers that Her Mysterious Lover is Eros Panel 3. Psyche Discovers that Her Mysterious Lover is Eros
Maurice Denis,
1908
 
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