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"Unveiling the Mystical World: Exploring Mythological Wonders through Art" Step into a realm of enchantment as we journey through time and space

Background imageMythological Collection: Cover design, Progress, April 1927

Cover design, Progress, April 1927 - Lever Brothers magazine, mythological figure in Liverpool Date: 1927

Background imageMythological Collection: 19th Century French engraving

19th Century French engraving
16th Century French engraving. Historical coloured print of a mythical giant squid (Kraken) attacking a ship, from Histoire naturelle generale et particuliere des mollusques

Background imageMythological Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageMythological Collection: Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. Marble. Capitoline Museum

Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. Marble. Capitoline Museum
Roman Art. Marphurius or Marforio. One of the talking statues of Rome. 1st century A.D. Marble sculpture depicting a reclining bearded river god or Oceanus. Capitoline Museums. Rome. Italy

Background imageMythological Collection: Portland vase in the British Museum

Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases

Background imageMythological Collection: Metope. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle betwe

Metope. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle betwe
South metope XXX. Parthenon marbles depicting part of the batlle between the Centaurs and the Lapiths. 5th c. BC. Athens. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageMythological Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne

Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC. Marble and limestone. Gigantomachy. South frieze. The three-faceted goddess Hecate fighting with a torch

Background imageMythological Collection: Blue Bird (Bird Sirin) - Sergey Solomko

Blue Bird (Bird Sirin) - Sergey Solomko. Date: circa 1903

Background imageMythological Collection: Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus

Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. East frieze. Gigantomachy. Struggle between gods and giants

Background imageMythological Collection: Trundholm Sun Chariot

Trundholm Sun Chariot
The Trundholm Sun Chariot is a late Nordic branze Age artifact discovered in Denmark that has been interpreted as a dispiction of the sun being pulled by a mare that may have relation to later Norse

Background imageMythological Collection: Egypt. Goddess Nephthys. Relief. Memphis

Egypt. Goddess Nephthys. Relief. Memphis
Egyptian Art. Goddess Nephthys wearing a headdress in the shape of a house. Relief. Mit Rahina Open Air Museum. Memphis. Egypt

Background imageMythological Collection: Egyptian Art. Relief depicting a bee, symbol of Lower Egypt

Egyptian Art. Relief depicting a bee, symbol of Lower Egypt
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Relief depicting a bee, symbol of Lower Egypt. New Kingdom. Egypt

Background imageMythological Collection: Homeric cosmogony

Homeric cosmogony. Map of the Earth based on the myths and knowledge of the Ancient Greeks at the time of Homer (1st or 2nd millennium BC)

Background imageMythological Collection: Loch Ness monster, artwork

Loch Ness monster, artwork
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming on the surface of Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century

Background imageMythological Collection: Cover design for Narcisse by Nikolai Tcherepnin

Cover design for Narcisse by Nikolai Tcherepnin
Cover design for Narcisse, a mythological poem set to music by the Russian composer Nikolai Nikolayevich Tcherepnin (1873-1945)

Background imageMythological Collection: Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Sekhmet, the lion-headed g

Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Sekhmet, the lion-headed g
Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Ptolemaic Dynasty. 2nd century B.C. Dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and falcon god Haroeris

Background imageMythological Collection: Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E

Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E
Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. Limestone. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. C. 1400-1365 BC. Origin unknown. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageMythological Collection: Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
USA, New York City, Manhattan, Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza

Background imageMythological Collection: Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
Marcus Curtius, from the series The Roman Heroes, 1586

Background imageMythological Collection: Roman mosaic of the Muses. 3rd-4th century AD. Torre de Palm

Roman mosaic of the Muses. 3rd-4th century AD. Torre de Palm
Roman mosaic of the Muses. From left to right: Calliope, Euterpe, Erato, Thalia, Melpomene, Clio, Polyhymnia, Urania, Terpsichore. 3rd-4th century AD. From Torre de Palma

Background imageMythological Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse

Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. South frieze. Gigantomachy

Background imageMythological Collection: Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy

Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy
Italy. Rome. Temple of Vesta. Roman Forum

Background imageMythological Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III, who wears the

Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III, who wears the Khepresh, making offerings to the gods. Relief. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageMythological Collection: Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica

Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica
Relief with Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake. On the left, a family of supplicants. Dedicated by Aristomene. Found in Pangrati (Athens) and dated between 350-300 BC

Background imageMythological Collection: Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art

Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art
Votive relief dedicated to Ares and Aphrodite. 5th c.BC. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. ITALY. VENETO. Venice. Archaeological Museum

Background imageMythological Collection: Guan Yin. 10th c. - 13th c. Bodhisattva of compassion

Guan Yin. 10th c. - 13th c. Bodhisattva of compassion. Chinese art. Song period. Sculpture on wood. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Guimet Museum

Background imageMythological Collection: Tomb of Horemheb. Hathor. Fresco

Tomb of Horemheb. Hathor. Fresco
EGYPT. Dayr al-Bahri. Valley of the Kings. Tomb of Horemheb. Goddess Hathor. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Fresco

Background imageMythological Collection: Platos map of Atlantis, artwork

Platos map of Atlantis, artwork. Artwork of the mythological city of Atlantis, as described by the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Plato made the first written references to Atlantis in 360 BC

Background imageMythological Collection: Viking ships of the king Olaf I of Norway (995-1000)

Viking ships of the king Olaf I of Norway (995-1000). Painting. SPAIN. Madrid. Navy Museum

Background imageMythological Collection: Draco constellation

Draco constellation. Artwork of a dragon showing the outline of the constellation of Draco (the Dragon). The stars of this constellation are found near the north celestial pole

Background imageMythological Collection: Egyptian creation myth

Egyptian creation myth. 19th-century artwork of a story from the Egyptian creation myths from the third and second millennia BC

Background imageMythological Collection: Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century

Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century AD. Goddess of Love. Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze statue of the Classical Period. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen, Denmark

Background imageMythological Collection: Sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Battle between Amazons

Sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Battle between Amazons
Amazon sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Roman Period. Early 3rd century AD. Detail. Battle between the Amazons and the Greeks. Relief. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel

Background imageMythological Collection: Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD

Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD
Roman colossal statue of a goddess. 138-161 AD. The head is latest. Marble. From Egypt. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageMythological Collection: Statue of the Goddess Sakhmet. Egypt

Statue of the Goddess Sakhmet. Egypt
Statue of the Lion Goddess Sakhmet. Diorite. Reign of Amenophis III. C. 1400-1365 BC. Origin unknown. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageMythological Collection: Mosaic of Orpheus. Miletus. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Mosaic of Orpheus. Miletus. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany
Mosaic of Orpheus. 200 AD. Of a private room, dining room or triclinium of a roman domus. From Miletus. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageMythological Collection: Love and Beauty by Ernest Procter

Love and Beauty by Ernest Procter (1886-1935) as exhibited at the Royal Academy exhibition in 1931. The figures of Venus and Cupid float above London

Background imageMythological Collection: Atlantis, artwork

Atlantis, artwork
Atlantis. Artists impression of the mythological city of Atlantis. The Greek philosopher Plato made the first written references to Atlantis in 360 BC

Background imageMythological Collection: Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham

Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Creator: Shirley Markham
Dante and Virgil with three-headed monster, 1951. Design for illustration to Dantes " Divine Comedy". Shirley Markham (1931-1999)

Background imageMythological Collection: Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece
Orpheus, wearing a Phrygian cap and surrounded by the beasts charmed by the music of his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Background imageMythological Collection: Oedipus and Antigone. Engraving

Oedipus and Antigone. Engraving
Oedipus. Hero of Greek mythology. The Delphic oracle predicted that he would kill his father and marry his mother. When they discover the truth

Background imageMythological Collection: Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt

Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt
Goddess Sekhmet, goddess of war, represented with head of a lioness and the human body and crowned with the solar disk. Sculpture in the mortuary temple of Ramses III (1187-1156 BC). New Kingdom

Background imageMythological Collection: Scenes of country life, with mythological figure

Scenes of country life, with mythological figure. Engraving by Bernard Picart, from Johann Matthias Gesner, Scriptores rei rusticae veteres Latini: Cato, Varro, Columella, Palladius Frontispiece

Background imageMythological Collection: Trocortesian or Madrid Codex. s. XIV. Detail

Trocortesian or Madrid Codex. s. XIV. Detail
Trocortesian or Madrid Codex. s.XIV. Detail

Background imageMythological Collection: Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain

Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageMythological Collection: Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness monster. Computer artwork of the Loch Ness Monster swimming in Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred at least since the 15th century

Background imageMythological Collection: The three graces, from Game of Mythology (Jeu de la Mythologie), 1644

The three graces, from Game of Mythology (Jeu de la Mythologie), 1644

Background imageMythological Collection: Mexico. Uxmal. Pyramid of the Magician

Mexico. Uxmal. Pyramid of the Magician
Pyramid of the Magician. 6th-10th c. MEXICO. YUCATN. Uxmal. Puuc style. Maya art



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"Unveiling the Mystical World: Exploring Mythological Wonders through Art" Step into a realm of enchantment as we journey through time and space, guided by 19th Century French engravings, Roman statues, and captivating artworks. Delve into the depths of mythology with each stroke of Sergey Solomko's brush on his mesmerizing piece, "Blue Bird (Bird Sirin), " where mythical creatures come alive. Marvel at the Parthenon marbles' metope depicting an epic battle between gods and mortals - a testament to ancient Greek legends etched in stone. The Portland vase in the British Museum whispers tales from another era, its delicate craftsmanship revealing stories lost to time. Witness Athena's fierce struggle against the giant Alcyoneus on the Pergamon Altar; their clash symbolizing eternal battles between good and evil. Behold the Trundholm Sun Chariot, a celestial chariot that carries us back to ancient Nordic beliefs and cosmic wonders. Egyptian deities emerge from reliefs like Nephthys, goddess of protection and mourning, her presence offering solace amidst chaos. A bee carved onto stone reminds us of Lower Egypt's symbolic power while Homeric cosmogony unveils creation myths passed down through generations. Intriguingly mysterious is Loch Ness monster artwork that fuels our imagination with tales of hidden beasts lurking beneath tranquil waters. Nikolai Tcherepnin's cover design for Narcisse entices us further into mythological realms yet unexplored. Embark on this visual odyssey where art intertwines with mythology; let your senses be captivated by these timeless masterpieces that transcend mere mortal existence.