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Mythological Character Collection

Captivated by the enchanting world of mythology, this collection of art pieces unveils a realm where gods and heroes intertwine

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)

Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)
LRI4594082 Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); Palatine Gallery, Pitti Palace, Florence; (add.info.: Venere Italica (Venus) - Marble statue (h)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Birth of Venus Painting by Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889) 1863 Sun

The Birth of Venus Painting by Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889) 1863 Sun
JLJ4684002 The Birth of Venus Painting by Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889) 1863 Sun. 1, 3x2, 25 m Paris, musee d Orsay by Cabanel, Alexandre (1823-89); Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Centaur at the village blacksmith. Painting by Arnold Bocklin (1829-1901), Oil On Canvas

Centaur at the village blacksmith. Painting by Arnold Bocklin (1829-1901), Oil On Canvas
LSE4315221 Centaur at the village blacksmith. Painting by Arnold Bocklin (1829-1901), Oil On Canvas, 1888. Swiss art, 19th century, symbolism. Museum of Fine Arts Budapest (Hungary)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Simurgh (Simorgh or Senmurw) - Azulejos - Faience de Kashan (Persia), period Ilkhanide

Simurgh (Simorgh or Senmurw) - Azulejos - Faience de Kashan (Persia), period Ilkhanide
LSE4317364 Simurgh (Simorgh or Senmurw) - Azulejos - Faience de Kashan (Persia), period Ilkhanide, beginning 14th century (Tile, Molded ceramic, lustre and underglaze painted, Persia, Kashan)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)

Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving)
7186067 Veneration of Demeter (Ceres) (engraving) by Saenredam, Jan (1565-1607); Private Collection; (add.info.: Veneration of Demeter (Ceres)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Psyche revived by the kiss of Love (Amore e psiche) Marble sculpture by Antonio Canova

Psyche revived by the kiss of Love (Amore e psiche) Marble sculpture by Antonio Canova
JLJ4682879 Psyche revived by the kiss of Love (Amore e psiche) Marble sculpture by Antonio Canova (1757-1822) 1793. by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); Louvre, Paris

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Fall of Icarus, detail (Painting, 1570-1572)

The Fall of Icarus, detail (Painting, 1570-1572)
LRI4576355 The Fall of Icarus, detail (Painting, 1570-1572) by Maso da San Friano, (1536-71); Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy; (add.info)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble

The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. - The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble, height 328 cm

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho)

Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho)
7173279 Odin questioning Mimir (colour litho) by Doepler, Carl Emil (1824-1905); Private Collection; (add.info.: Odin questioning Mimir)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites

The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites
LRI4619180 The Council of the Gods (or Assembly of the Gods): Zeus on Olympus surrounds divinites. They are represented from top to bottom and on the left: Ganymede, Athena, Poseidon, Hermes

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas)

The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas)
AIS5362386 The fall of Icarus (detail) - 1636 (oil on canvas) by Gowy, Jacob Peter (fl.1632-61); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Deadalus is flying on his side); eIberfoto; Flemish, out of copyright

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Growth of Russia in Europe, 1300-1796 (colour litho)

The Growth of Russia in Europe, 1300-1796 (colour litho)
6016385 The Growth of Russia in Europe, 1300-1796 (colour litho) by Shepherd, William R. (1871-1934); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Growth of Russia in Europe, 1300-1796)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Map of the Roman provinces of Gaul, Britannia and Germania (coloured engraving)

Map of the Roman provinces of Gaul, Britannia and Germania (coloured engraving)
7148263 Map of the Roman provinces of Gaul, Britannia and Germania (coloured engraving) by Kiepert, Heinrich (1818-99); Private Collection; (add.info.: Map of the Roman provinces of Gaul)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Carolingian and Byzantine Empires and the Califate about 814 (colour litho)

The Carolingian and Byzantine Empires and the Califate about 814 (colour litho)
6016339 The Carolingian and Byzantine Empires and the Califate about 814 (colour litho) by Shepherd, William R. (1871-1934); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving)

Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving)
7147508 Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bust of the Roman god Saturn)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Initiation rites of the cult of Dionysus, fresco from the Villa Dei Mysteri

Initiation rites of the cult of Dionysus, fresco from the Villa Dei Mysteri
AIS5365809 Initiation rites of the cult of Dionysus, fresco from the Villa Dei Mysteri, 1st century BC (fresco) by Roman, (1st century BC); Villa dei Misteri, Pompeii

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Greek Art: 'Athena Promachos'

Greek Art: "Athena Promachos"
LRI4659748 Greek Art: " Athena Promachos" Athenas struggling in the front line. Bronze sculpture from the Acropolis. 490-480 BC

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Aphrodite the Saver, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by Calamis

Aphrodite the Saver, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by Calamis 5th Century, Italy, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Claudio Monteverdis opera Orpheus (engraving)

Claudio Monteverdis opera Orpheus (engraving)
7149743 Claudio Monteverdis opera Orpheus (engraving) by Italian School, (17th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Italian compser Claudio Monteverdis opera Orpheus)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Athena guiding Telemachus in his search for Odysseus (colour litho)

Athena guiding Telemachus in his search for Odysseus (colour litho)
7201988 Athena guiding Telemachus in his search for Odysseus (colour litho) by Bonamy, Armand Joseph (fl.1900-30); Private Collection; (add.info.: Athena, disguised as Mentor)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Sea Monster

The Sea Monster
Vintage engraving by Albrech Durer, showing The Sea Monster, 1498

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Magna graecia: metope with Enceladus and Athena (Gigantomachy), stone relief

Magna graecia: metope with Enceladus and Athena (Gigantomachy), stone relief
LRI4592142 Magna graecia: metope with Enceladus and Athena (Gigantomachy), stone relief, 5th century BC by Greek, (5th century BC); Museo Archeologico Regionale, Palermo

Background imageMythological Character Collection: representation of the God Mars 17th century (engraving)

representation of the God Mars 17th century (engraving)
GIA4741335 representation of the God Mars 17th century (engraving) by Unknown Artist, (17th century); Private Collection; eGiancarlo Costa; out of copyright

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving)

The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving)
6026365 The Iliad: Andromache and Astyanax meet Hektor prepared for war (engraving) by Jacomb-Hood, George Percy (1857-1930); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Narcissus, 1876 (w / c)

Narcissus, 1876 (w / c)
MAL85983 Narcissus, 1876 (w/c) by Thornycroft, Helen (1848-1937); 26.7x32.4 cm; Mallett Gallery, London, UK; eMallett Gallery, London, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD

Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD
LRI4595992 Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD by Roman; Herculaneum, Naples, Campania

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Jupiter (Zeus) - engraving, 19th century

Jupiter (Zeus) - engraving, 19th century
GIA4816314 Jupiter (Zeus) - engraving, 19th century by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Milan, Lombardy, Italy; (add.info.: Jupiter (Zeus) - engraving

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Narcissus, c. 1597-99 (oil on canvas)

Narcissus, c. 1597-99 (oil on canvas)
LRI4620648 Narcissus, c.1597-99 (oil on canvas) by Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da (1571-1610); 110x92 cm; Palazzo Barberini, Gallerie Nazionali Barberini Corsini, Rome

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c. 1520 (fresco)

Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c. 1520 (fresco)
LRI4687448 Sign of the Zodiac: The lion. The deity Artemis of Ephese, c.1520 (fresco) by Falconetto, Giovanni Maria (1468-1535); Palazzo d Arco, Mantua

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Parques spinning the destiny of Mary of Medicis (1573-1642) The Parques, Clotho

The Parques spinning the destiny of Mary of Medicis (1573-1642) The Parques, Clotho
JLJ4644133 The Parques spinning the destiny of Mary of Medicis (1573-1642) The Parques, Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos, are the deities masters of the fate of men

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Art of ancient Egypt: King Sethi I and goddess Hathor, comes from the tomb of Sethi I

Art of ancient Egypt: King Sethi I and goddess Hathor, comes from the tomb of Sethi I
JLJ4660392 Art of ancient Egypt: King Sethi I and goddess Hathor, comes from the tomb of Sethi I (valley of kings), 19th dynasty (ca. 1295-1186 BC). Painting on limestone. Dim: 2, 26x1, 05m

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Roman mythology, Romulus and Remus and the foundation of Rome

Roman mythology, Romulus and Remus and the foundation of Rome, Romulus wrote "It will be the same for all those
ELD4852754 Roman mythology, Romulus and Remus and the foundation of Rome, Romulus wrote " It will be the same for all those who dare to cross my walls" will kill his brother who will

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Satan and Beelzebub

Satan and Beelzebub
" Satan and Beelzebub and scene from the Miltons Paradise Lost. Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool His mighty stature. Engraving from 1870

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The mouth of Hell

The mouth of Hell
" The mouth of Hell, a scene from Miltons Paradise Lost. Engraving from 1870. Engraving by Gustave Dore, Photo by D Walker."

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Indian art: representation of Mahamai, mother goddess, giving birth

Indian art: representation of Mahamai, mother goddess, giving birth
JLJ4652546 Indian art: representation of Mahamai, mother goddess, giving birth. Wooden relief of the 18th century Private collection by Indian School

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Birth of Venus Painting by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905). 1879

Birth of Venus Painting by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905). 1879
JLJ4673915 Birth of Venus Painting by William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905). 1879. Sun 3x2, 15 m Musee d Orsay, Paris. by Bouguereau, William-Adolphe (1825-1905); Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Birth of Venus - oil on canvas, 1863

The Birth of Venus - oil on canvas, 1863
LRI4353957 The Birth of Venus - oil on canvas, 1863 by Cabanel, Alexandre (1823-89); Musee d Orsay, Paris, France; (add.info.: The Birth of Venus - Painting by Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Jainism (jinism): representation of a prophete jain (spiritual leader)

Jainism (jinism): representation of a prophete jain (spiritual leader)
JLJ4661084 Jainism (jinism): representation of a prophete jain (spiritual leader). Manuscript page from " Kalpasutra" by Bhadrabahu (433-357 BC) 1453 Paris, B.N

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Greek art: statue of Poseidon, marble sculpture of the 2nd century BC. From Melos

Greek art: statue of Poseidon, marble sculpture of the 2nd century BC. From Melos
LRI4659661 Greek art: statue of Poseidon, marble sculpture of the 2nd century BC. From Melos. Athenes, National Archaeological Museum by Greek, (2nd century BC); National Archaeological Museum

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Venus Wiping Herself Marble Sculpture by Giambologna (Giovanni da Bologna or Jean de Bologna or)

Venus Wiping Herself Marble Sculpture by Giambologna (Giovanni da Bologna or Jean de Bologna or Boulogne, 1529-1608)
BEN5479881 Venus Wiping Herself Marble Sculpture by Giambologna (Giovanni da Bologna or Jean de Bologna or Boulogne, 1529-1608), Museo del Bargello, Florence by Giambologna (Giovanni da Bologna)

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Aeneas says Farewell to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Aeneas says Farewell to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886558 Aeneas says Farewell to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (Il Viterbese) (1610-62); 403x394 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Cupid disguised as Aeneas's son, presents gifts to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Cupid disguised as Aeneas's son, presents gifts to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886548 Cupid disguised as Aeneas's son, presents gifts to Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Family of Satyrs with Dancing Cherubs, c. 1775-76 (w/c and brush work with graphite and gouache)

Family of Satyrs with Dancing Cherubs, c. 1775-76 (w/c and brush work with graphite and gouache)
XOS5884502 Family of Satyrs with Dancing Cherubs, c. 1775-76 (w/c and brush work with graphite and gouache) by David, Giovanni (1743-90); 48.3x55.8 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Dido Sacrifices to Juno, the Goddess of Marriage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Dido Sacrifices to Juno, the Goddess of Marriage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886550 Dido Sacrifices to Juno, the Goddess of Marriage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (Il Viterbese) (1610-62); 411x464.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Hotei, from the series 'The Seven Gods of Good Luck in Modern Life (Ukiyo shichi fukujin)'

Hotei, from the series "The Seven Gods of Good Luck in Modern Life (Ukiyo shichi fukujin)"
5859571 Hotei, from the series "The Seven Gods of Good Luck in Modern Life (Ukiyo shichi fukujin)", 1c.1769 (colour woodblock print; chuban) by Harunobu

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Dido and Aeneas seek shelter from a storm, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Dido and Aeneas seek shelter from a storm, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886553 Dido and Aeneas seek shelter from a storm, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (Il Viterbese) (1610-62); 416.4x418.8 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageMythological Character Collection: Fukurokuju, from the series 'The Seven Gods of Good Luck in the Floating World

Fukurokuju, from the series "The Seven Gods of Good Luck in the Floating World (Ukiyo Shichi Fukujin)"
5859572 Fukurokuju, from the series "The Seven Gods of Good Luck in the Floating World (Ukiyo Shichi Fukujin)", c.1769 (colour woodblock print; chuban) by Harunobu

Background imageMythological Character Collection: The Death of Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

The Death of Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886561 The Death of Dido, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (Il Viterbese) (1610-62); 414x466.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH



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Captivated by the enchanting world of mythology, this collection of art pieces unveils a realm where gods and heroes intertwine. In Arnold Bocklin's masterpiece, a majestic Centaur stands tall at the village blacksmith, embodying strength and grace in equal measure. Moving eastward to Persia, Azulejos unveil the Simurgh, a mythical bird symbolizing wisdom and benevolence during the Ilkhanide period. As we journey through time, an awe-inspiring litho reveals Russia's growth in Europe from 1300 to 1796. The vastness of its expansion echoes the grandeur of ancient myths that once shaped civilizations. Delving deeper into rituals and mysteries, frescoes from Villa Dei Mysteri depict initiation rites within Dionysus' cult—a testament to humanity's eternal quest for transcendence. Antonio Canova's marble sculpture breathes life into Psyche revived by Love's tender kiss—an enduring tale of love conquering all obstacles. Meanwhile, Icarus' tragic fall reminds us of our own limitations as mortals; his wings melting away amidst vibrant hues serves as a cautionary reminder against hubris. In Norse mythology, Odin seeks knowledge from Mimir with unwavering determination—a vivid portrayal captured in captivating color lithography. Claudio Monteverdi's opera Orpheus transports us further into mythological realms with its enchanting melodies resonating across centuries. Guided by Athena herself on his search for Odysseus, Telemachus embarks on an epic odyssey filled with trials and self-discovery—depicted beautifully in this colorful lithograph. Narcissus gazes upon his reflection in tranquil waters; transfixed by his own beauty until it consumes him entirely—a poignant reminder of vanity’s perilous path. Witnessing Zeus presiding over The Council of Gods atop Mount Olympus evokes both reverence and wonder—the divine assembly shaping the destinies of mortals below.