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Mytholoy Collection

Step into the enchanting world of mythology, where ancient tales come to life through captivating art and historical figures

Background imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy Collection: Draupadi Cheer-Haran By Dushasana Mahabharata

Draupadi Cheer-Haran By Dushasana Mahabharata
3609816 Draupadi Cheer-Haran By Dushasana Mahabharata by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Radha Krishna Miniature Painting, India

Radha Krishna Miniature Painting, India
3609730 Radha Krishna Miniature Painting, India by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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 imageMytholoy 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

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Dido and Aeneas, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Dido and Aeneas, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886546 Dido and Aeneas, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco (Il Viterbese) (1610-62); Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Emboss Lord Bal Krishna Tanjore Painting

Emboss Lord Bal Krishna Tanjore Painting
3609933 Emboss Lord Bal Krishna Tanjore Painting by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Ivory

Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Ivory
3609932 Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Ivory by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Goddess Radha Kishamgarh Miniature Painting on Silk

Goddess Radha Kishamgarh Miniature Painting on Silk
3609931 Goddess Radha Kishamgarh Miniature Painting on Silk by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Dido shows Aeneas the plans for the fortifications of Carthage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)

Dido shows Aeneas the plans for the fortifications of Carthage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool)
XOS5886549 Dido shows Aeneas the plans for the fortifications of Carthage, 1679 (tapestry weave: silk and wool) by Romanelli

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Goddess Riding a Dragon, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai

Goddess Riding a Dragon, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai (Hokusai shashin gafu)
5859846 Goddess Riding a Dragon, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai (Hokusai shashin gafu), c.1814 (colour woodblock print (album sheet)) by Hokusai

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Hotei Smoking his Pipe, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai

Hotei Smoking his Pipe, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai (Hokusai shashin gafu)
5859844 Hotei Smoking his Pipe, from The Picture Book of Realistic Paintings of Hokusai (Hokusai shashin gafu), c.1814 (colour woodblock print (album sheet)) by Hokusai

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Jurojin, from the series 'The Seven Gods of Good Luck in the Floating World (Ukiyo Shichi Fukujin)'

Jurojin, from the series "The Seven Gods of Good Luck in the Floating World (Ukiyo Shichi Fukujin)"
5859573 Jurojin, 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 imageMytholoy Collection: Radha Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper

Radha Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper
3609936 Radha Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Goddess Radha Miniature Painting on Ivory

Goddess Radha Miniature Painting on Ivory
3609928 Goddess Radha Miniature Painting on Ivory by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Mercury kills Argus, 17th century (drawing)

Mercury kills Argus, 17th century (drawing)
3125033 Mercury kills Argus, 17th century (drawing) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); (add.info.: Mercury kills Argus. On the left the cow)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper

Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper
3609934 Lord Krishna Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Sleeping Diana and her nymphs spied on by satyrs. (print)

Sleeping Diana and her nymphs spied on by satyrs. (print)
7419922 Sleeping Diana and her nymphs spied on by satyrs. (print) by Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640) (after); (add.info.: Sleeping Diana and her nymphs spied on by satyrs)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Hercules and the Hydra. (print)

Hercules and the Hydra. (print)
7419901 Hercules and the Hydra. (print) by Vouet, Simon (1590-1649) (after); (add.info.: Hercules kills the Hydra, the second of Hercules twelve labours)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Study for Fountain (pen & ink on paper)

Study for Fountain (pen & ink on paper)
3598765 Study for Fountain (pen & ink on paper) by Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (c.1488-1576); (add.info.: by Titian Uffizi, G.D.S., Firenze, Toscana)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Jupiter and Callisto. (print)

Jupiter and Callisto. (print)
7419904 Jupiter and Callisto. (print) by Boucher, Francois (1703-70) (after); (add.info.: Jupiter and Callisto. To try and seduce Callisto Jupiter is disguised as the moon goddess Diana)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Boat symbol of life and the sun, Philae temple

Boat symbol of life and the sun, Philae temple
8588863 Boat symbol of life and the sun, Philae temple by Egyptian; Philae, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Temple of Philae, the cult of Isis Boat symbol of life and the sun); © Jean Bernard

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture)

Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture)
8587156 Horus, Horus Temple, Edfu (sculpture) by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Edfu, city located on the left bank of the Nile between Aswan and Luxor Temple of Edfu)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Abu Simbel Temple, Sekhmet (fresco)

Abu Simbel Temple, Sekhmet (fresco)
8586638 Abu Simbel Temple, Sekhmet (fresco) by Egyptian; The Great Temple, Abu Simbel, Nubia, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt.Abu Simbel temple)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)

Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)
8588570 Horus, Kom Ombo Temple (relief) by Egyptian; Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom Ombo, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Kom Ombo Temple, between Luxor and Aswan Horus)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Sobek, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)

Sobek, Kom Ombo Temple (relief)
8588507 Sobek, Kom Ombo Temple (relief) by Egyptian; Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom Ombo, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Kom Ombo Temple, between Luxor and Aswan Sobek, son of the goddess Neith)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: The ram representing the Pharaoh, temple of Horus, Edfu

The ram representing the Pharaoh, temple of Horus, Edfu
8587802 The ram representing the Pharaoh, temple of Horus, Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu

Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu
8587685 Horus with the Wrecked Crown, Temple of Horus in Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble)

Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble)
7422964 Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble) by Guerin, Gilles (c.1609-78); Musee et Domaine National de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France; (add.info.: Horses of the sun, marble)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horus, the temple of Philae

Horus, the temple of Philae
8588996 Horus, the temple of Philae by Egyptian; Philae, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Temple of Philae, the cult of Isis Horus, the great God of Heaven)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor

Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor
8587590 Ra the Sun King and Khnum, Keeper of the Nile Springs, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor by Egyptian; Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Luxor, city on the Nile of ancient Thebes)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Apollo dancing with his nine Olympian Muses. (print)

Apollo dancing with his nine Olympian Muses. (print)
7419980 Apollo dancing with his nine Olympian Muses. (print) by Romano, Giulio (1492-1546) (after); (add.info.: Apollo dancing with his nine Olympian Muses: Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Offering scene, Temple of Horus in Edfu

Offering scene, Temple of Horus in Edfu
8588612 Offering scene, Temple of Horus in Edfu by Egyptian; Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt Edfu, a city in Upper Egypt housing the Temple of Horus. Built from 237 to 57 BC)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Genre painting of two young satyrs with grapes and a dog from the house complex at Regio VI

Genre painting of two young satyrs with grapes and a dog from the house complex at Regio VI, Insula XIV, 28 to 32
FLO4687064 Genre painting of two young satyrs with grapes and a dog from the house complex at Regio VI, Insula XIV, 28 to 32, near the new fullonica (fuller's shop)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: mythological scene: Hercules fighting against the Achelous River for the hand of Dejanire

mythological scene: Hercules fighting against the Achelous River for the hand of Dejanire, Herculanum (fresco)
PCT4293516 mythological scene: Hercules fighting against the Achelous River for the hand of Dejanire, Herculanum (fresco) by Roman, (1st century AD); (add.info.: Herculanum (Herculaneum, Ercolano)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: The Diana Rondo, c.1770-1959 (print)

The Diana Rondo, c.1770-1959 (print)
3671826 The Diana Rondo, c.1770-1959 (print) by American School, (19th century); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: American Mythology, 1893 (photogravure)

American Mythology, 1893 (photogravure)
3671705 American Mythology, 1893 (photogravure) by Apolloni, Adolfo (1855-1923); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info.: The book of the fair)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Character holding a horn of abundance, Herculanum (fresco)

Character holding a horn of abundance, Herculanum (fresco)
PCT4293509 Character holding a horn of abundance, Herculanum (fresco) by Roman, (1st century AD); (add.info.: Herculanum (Herculaneum, Ercolano, Italia)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu

Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu
8587048 Horus, Pschent's headdress, Horus temple, Edfu by Egyptian; Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt; (add.info.: Egypt. Edfu)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Statue of Amenemhat III in the form of a sphinx

Statue of Amenemhat III in the form of a sphinx
8585810 Statue of Amenemhat III in the form of a sphinx by Egyptian; Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt; (add.info.: This statue of Amenemhat III was carved in the shape of a sphinx; join a human)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Zephyra and Flora, 1713-1726 (marble sculpture)

Zephyra and Flora, 1713-1726 (marble sculpture)
7422986 Zephyra and Flora, 1713-1726 (marble sculpture) by Fremin, Rene (1672-1744); Musee et Domaine National de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France; (add.info.: Zephyr and Flora)

Background imageMytholoy Collection: Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble)

Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble)
7422981 Horses of the sun, 17th century (marble) by Guerin, Gilles (c.1609-78); Musee et Domaine National de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France; (add.info.: Horses of the sun, marble)



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Step into the enchanting world of mythology, where ancient tales come to life through captivating art and historical figures. In this mesmerizing collection, we embark on a journey that transcends time and space. The portrait of Gabriel Hanotaux, a distinguished French historian and politician, reminds us of the profound impact mythology has had on our understanding of history. His gaze holds the wisdom of centuries past, as if he has unraveled the secrets hidden within these mythical narratives. Harlaxton Manor stands tall in all its grandeur, inviting us to explore its magnificent entrance through the forecourt screen. This architectural marvel transports us back to an era when myths were woven into every stone and brick, whispering stories of gods and heroes. Edouard Manet's portrait captures his artistic genius while hinting at his fascination with mythological themes. Through his brushstrokes, he brings forth a sense of mystery and allure that mirrors the enigmatic nature of these ancient tales. An imaginary Renaissance palace emerges from canvas strokes in vibrant colors. Its beauty evokes visions of opulence fit for kings and queens who once believed in gods walking among mortals. The artist's imagination breathes life into this fantastical creation. In "The Little Fortune, " an intricate engraving from 1497, we witness how mythology intertwines with everyday life. It showcases how even ordinary people found solace or inspiration in these timeless stories passed down through generations. Amymone's abduction by a sea monster comes alive in another exquisite engraving from 1496-1500. The artist skillfully captures both fear and awe as Amymone confronts her destiny head-on amidst tumultuous waves – a testament to humanity's eternal struggle against forces beyond their control. Apollo and Diana grace yet another engraving with their divine presence. Their ethereal beauty radiates across time as they embody ideals such as music, hunting prowess, purity – aspects deeply ingrained in the mythological tapestry of human culture.