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Myths Gallery

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Choose from 261 pictures in our Myths collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Homeric cosmogony Featured Print

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). The map shows a flat Earth centred on Greece and the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by a River Ocean'. At night, the Sun passes from west to east behind a range of high mountains in the north ('region of the night'). To the south in North Africa, is the region of the day'. Other mythological references include the Elysian Fields, the island of the Cyclops, and the entrance to hell. Civilisations (historical and mythological) marked here include: Ethiopians, Libyans, Pygmies, Egyptians, Amazons, Phoenicians, Hyperboreans and Cimmerians. Places include: Thebes, Sparta, Troy, Thrace, Crete and Cyprus. Artwork from Pioneers of Science (Oliver Lodge, 1893)

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto Featured Print

Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto

Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica, illustration from Orlando Furioso by by Ludovico Ariosto, illustrator Gustave Dore (1832-1883). Canto Decimo: Argomento. (Tenth song: Argument). Angelica, daughter of King of Cathay, is sought throughout the world by Orlando, Rinaldo, and the best knights from various countries. She eventually finds herself naked and chained to a rock in the sea, offered as a sacrifice to a sea monster. She is rescued by the African knight Ruggiero, who gives her a ring of invisibility. LA: Italian poet 8 September 1474 - 6 July 1533. Colourised version

© Lebrecht

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsey & Clifford Mills Featured Print

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsey & Clifford Mills

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsay and Clifford Mills. First produced Savoy Theatre, 21st December 1911. For the revival at the Victoria Palace, 20th December 1919. Where the Rainbow Ends is a fantasy story which follows the journey of four children, two girls, two boys and a pet lion cub in search of their parents. Travelling on a magic carpet they face various dangers on their way to rescue their parents and are guarded and helped by St George. The rainbow story is a symbol of hope with its magic carpet of faith and its noble hero St. George of England in shining armour ready now, as in olden times, to fight and conquer the dragon of evil. Most of the story is set in Rainbow Land complete with talking animals, mythical creatures and even a white witch Date: 1919

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library