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Orestes, Iphigenia, Pylades, King Thoas and chorus Featured Orestes Print

Orestes, Iphigenia, Pylades, King Thoas and chorus

Orestes, Iphigenia, Pylades, King Thoas and chorus.. Perhaps this is the moment Iphigenia recognizes Orestes in Euripides -Iphigenia in Aulis-- The painting shows a pensive Orestes, his sister Iphigenia, his friend Pylades, King Thoas and a chorus of young and old women. Behind them is a statue of Diana with her quiver. Excavated in Resina in 1749. Copperplate engraved by Tommaso Piroli from his own Antichita di Ercolano (Antiquities of Herculaneum), Rome, 1789

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

The Meeting of Orestes and Hermione, c. 1800. Creator: Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (French Featured Orestes Print

The Meeting of Orestes and Hermione, c. 1800. Creator: Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (French

The Meeting of Orestes and Hermione, c. 1800. When Jacques-Louis David was approached to work on a new edition of Jean Racine's plays, the great Neoclassical artist passed the task to his pupil Girodet, who excelled at illustrating literature. This highly refined drawing depicts a scene from Racine's Andromaque, a complex tale of unrequited love and political treachery. Cleone introduces the love-blind Orestes to Hermione, who exploits his affection to make him do her bidding. Girodet skillfully contrasts Orestes's eagerness and Hermione's calculating character. With folded arms, she turns away, standing like a statue between the columns of a cool marble interior. Yet Hermione's sly, backward glance alerts the viewer of her cunning manipulation, which eventually drives Orestes mad

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

Orestes Pylades Disputing Altar orestes Altar Featured Orestes Print

Orestes Pylades Disputing Altar orestes Altar

Orestes and Pylades Disputing at the Altar orestes and Pylades Disputing at the Altar, The sacrificial battle between Orestes and Pylades. The two friends are on the left of the altar with burning branches. On the left, the executioner waits with a club in his hand. On the right Iphigeneia who recognizes her brother Orestes, a girl throws flowers on the floor at her feet. A large crowd has gathered around the altar, on the left a girl is attaching a flower festoon to the altar. On the right is the statue of Artemis, on a hill in the background a round temple dedicated to Artemis from which a long procession runs down, Orestes and Pylades argue about who is going to be sacrificed, Pieter Lastman, 1614, panel, oil paint (paint), support: h 83.2 cm ? w 126.1 cm d 6.5 cm

© Artokoloro