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Roman Mythology Collection

Roman mythology is a captivating world filled with gods, goddesses, and mythical creatures that have fascinated generations

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Roman God Janus

Roman God Janus
Illustration of a Roman God Janus

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Diana Cacciatrice (Diana the Huntress), 1658

Diana Cacciatrice (Diana the Huntress), 1658. Found in the Collection of Fondazione Sorgente Group

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (c1915). Artist: Charles Wellington Furse

Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (c1915). Artist: Charles Wellington Furse
Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (c1915). The painting is held by the Tate Gallery, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli

Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Primavera, c1478. From the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Pomona, 1872. Creator: Julia Margaret Cameron

Pomona, 1872. Creator: Julia Margaret Cameron
Pomona, 1872. The twenty-year-old Alice Liddell (1852-1934) as the embodiment of fruitful abundance, Pomona, Roman goddess of gardens and fruit trees

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Dionysus and the Maenads, 1901

Dionysus and the Maenads, 1901. A print from The Magazine of Art, Cassell and Company, Limited, 1901

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829 (oil on canvas)

Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829 (oil on canvas)
1765773 Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829 (oil on canvas) by Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851); 132.7x203.2 cm; (add.info)

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Birth of Venus, 1875. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel

The Birth of Venus, 1875. Creator: Alexandre Cabanel
The Birth of Venus, 1875

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Crenaia, the nymph of the Dargle

Crenaia, the nymph of the Dargle. Found in the Collection of Collection Perez Simon, Mexico

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Gods Of Healing

Gods Of Healing
Asclepius or Aesculapius, the ancient Greek god of medicine, with the snake-entwined staff which has come to symbolise the medical profession, circa 1700

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)

Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)
Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Found in the collection of the Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with deer

Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with deer
Roman civilization, 1st-2nd century A.D. Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with a deer

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614

A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614. Artist: Abraham Govaerts
A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614. From a private collection

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Juno And Apollo

Juno And Apollo
Engraving depicting Juno and Apollo, both are among the Dii Consentes, the list of twelve deities, comprising six gods and six goddesses. in Greco-Roman mythology

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: PMYT2A-00075

PMYT2A-00075
Roman Jupiter, or Zeus in Greek mythology, god of the sky and of laws. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Pygmalion and Galatea, c. 1890. Artist: Gerome, Jean-Leon (1824-1904)

Pygmalion and Galatea, c. 1890. Artist: Gerome, Jean-Leon (1824-1904)
Pygmalion and Galatea, c. 1890. Found in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld, 1861. Artist: Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille (1796-1875)

Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld, 1861. Artist: Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille (1796-1875)
Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld, 1861. Found in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Infant Dionysus Riding on a Tiger, Roman mosaic detail at El Djem, Tunisia. c2nd century

Infant Dionysus Riding on a Tiger, Roman mosaic detail at El Djem, Tunisia. c2nd century. Mosaic uncovered in the Trajan Baths, Acholla, Tunisia

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Cupid complaining to Venus, c. 1525. Artist: Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (1472-1553)

Cupid complaining to Venus, c. 1525. Artist: Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (1472-1553)
Cupid complaining to Venus, c. 1525. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (1935). Creator: Charles Wellington Furse

Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (1935). Creator: Charles Wellington Furse
Diana of the Uplands, 1903-1904, (1935). Portrait of Dame Katharine Furse (nee Symonds, 1875-1952), wife of the painter, as Diana, goddess of the hunt

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Ornament with Romulus, Remus, and the Capotoline Wolf

Ornament with Romulus, Remus, and the Capotoline Wolf
illustration of a Ornament with Romulus, Remus, and the Capotoline Wolf

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Diana at the Bath. Creator: Louis Desplaces

Diana at the Bath. Creator: Louis Desplaces
Diana at the Bath

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)

The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Artist: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
The Education of the Princess. (The Marie de Medici Cycle). Found in the collection of Louvre, Paris

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Hercules and Omphale, c. 1640. Artist: Cavallino, Bernardo (1616-1656)

Hercules and Omphale, c. 1640. Artist: Cavallino, Bernardo (1616-1656)
Hercules and Omphale, c. 1640. Found in the collection of the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Artist: Carracci, Annibale (1560-1609)

Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Artist: Carracci, Annibale (1560-1609)
Silenus gathering Grapes, c. 1598. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Dionysius in a sailing boat surrounded by dolphins, Ancient Greek dish (Krater), 530 BC

Dionysius in a sailing boat surrounded by dolphins, Ancient Greek dish (Krater), 530 BC. The boat is carrying a cargo of grapevines. Dionysius was the Ancient Greek god of wine

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano, From House of Centenary at Pompeii

Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano, From House of Centenary at Pompeii
Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano. From the House of the Centenary at Pompei

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Venus Rising from the Sea (Venus Anadyomene), 1520

Venus Rising from the Sea (Venus Anadyomene), 1520. Found in the Collection of National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Colosseum at sunrise, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Colosseum at sunrise, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Colosseum at sunrise, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Colosseum at sunrise, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Vertumnus and Pomona, 1637. Creator: Caesar Boëtius van Everdingen

Vertumnus and Pomona, 1637. Creator: Caesar Boëtius van Everdingen
Vertumnus and Pomona, 1637.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Venus and Cupid, 1606. Creator: Peter Paul Rubens

Venus and Cupid, 1606. Creator: Peter Paul Rubens
Venus and Cupid, 1606.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Bacchus and Ariadne, 1691. Creator: Sebastiano Ricci

Bacchus and Ariadne, 1691. Creator: Sebastiano Ricci
Bacchus and Ariadne, 1691.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. Creator: Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo

The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. Creator: Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
The Apotheosis of Hercules, 1765. The Apotheosis of Hercules, along with other similar scenes of figures elevated into the heavens, was a commonly depicted subject in Baroque art

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Bacchanal, 1660. Creator: Giulio Carpioni

Bacchanal, 1660. Creator: Giulio Carpioni
Bacchanal, 1660.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Bacchus And Ariadne, 1894. Creator: Jules Dalou

Bacchus And Ariadne, 1894. Creator: Jules Dalou
Bacchus And Ariadne, 1894. The princess Ariadne fell asleep on a beach after being abandoned by the hero Theseus. Bacchus, the god of wine, found her and fell instantly in love with her

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Moeris And Galatea, From Virgil's Eclogues, 1884. Creator: Samuel Palmer

Moeris And Galatea, From Virgil's Eclogues, 1884. Creator: Samuel Palmer
Moeris And Galatea, From Virgil's Eclogues, 1884.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Two-Handled Cup, c1726. Creator: Paul de Lamerie

Two-Handled Cup, c1726. Creator: Paul de Lamerie
Two-Handled Cup, c1726. This two-handled silver cup is decorated with an enormous variety of abstract and natural forms. These include representations of the infant Bacchus, the Roman god of wine

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Venus Victorious, 1914. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Venus Victorious, 1914. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Venus Victorious, 1914.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Creator: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema

The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Creator: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
The Women Of Amphissa, 1887. Followers of Bacchus, the god of wine, awaken in the marketplace of Amphissa, Greece, where they have wandered from their home in Phocis during a night of ritual dancing

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Vulcan Presenting Arms To Venus For Aeneas, 1756. Creator: Francois Boucher

Vulcan Presenting Arms To Venus For Aeneas, 1756. Creator: Francois Boucher
Vulcan Presenting Arms To Venus For Aeneas, 1756. In Virgil's epic Aeneid, Venus seduces Vulcan and persuades him to forge weapons for her son Aeneas

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Bacchante, 1785. Creator: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-LeBrun

Bacchante, 1785. Creator: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-LeBrun
Bacchante, 1785. Crowned with a wreath of grapes and vines, this smiling woman with flushed cheeks represents a bacchante--a follower of the wine god Bacchus.

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Plaque depicting Diana visiting Endymion. Chromolithograph by W

Plaque depicting Diana visiting Endymion. Chromolithograph by W. Griggs from Frederick Rathone's Old Wedgwood
FLO4689142 Plaque depicting Diana visiting Endymion. Chromolithograph by W. Griggs from Frederick Rathone's Old Wedgwood, the Decorative or Artistic Ceramic Work Produced by Josiah Wedgwood

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres

Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres, ancient Roman goddess of agriculture
NWI4931111 Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - Statue of Ceres, ancient Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Plaque depicting an offering to Flora. Chromolithograph drawn by Grivell

Plaque depicting an offering to Flora. Chromolithograph drawn by Grivell and lithographed by Parrot et Co
FLO4689029 Plaque depicting an offering to Flora. Chromolithograph drawn by Grivell and lithographed by Parrot et Co. from Frederick Rathone's Old Wedgwood

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: Plaque depicting the triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne. Chromolithograph by W

Plaque depicting the triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne. Chromolithograph by W
FLO4689137 Plaque depicting the triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne. Chromolithograph by W. Griggs from Frederick Rathone's Old Wedgwood

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Roman Goddess Diana

The Roman Goddess Diana
5307216 The Roman Goddess Diana.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the ancient Roman Goddess Diana. Diana was the Goddess of the hunt, the moon, and nature. Dated 19th century)

Background imageRoman Mythology Collection: The Roman Goddess Juno

The Roman Goddess Juno
5307211 The Roman Goddess Juno.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the Roman Goddess Juno. Juno, the protector, and special counsellor of the state. Dated 19th century)



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Roman mythology is a captivating world filled with gods, goddesses, and mythical creatures that have fascinated generations. One of the most intriguing figures in this ancient pantheon is Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and transitions. With two faces looking to the past and future simultaneously, he symbolizes the duality of time. In Charles Wellington Furse's masterpiece "Diana of the Uplands, " we are transported to a serene landscape where Diana, the goddess of hunting and protector of wild animals, reigns supreme. Painted around 1903-1904, this artwork captures her ethereal beauty and fierce determination. Another renowned painting that delves into Roman mythology is "Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus" by Joseph Mallord William Turner. This oil on canvas piece from 1829 depicts Ulysses mocking Polyphemus, the Cyclops who was blinded by Odysseus in Homer's epic poem The Odyssey. Sandro Botticelli's iconic work "Primavera" showcases various Roman deities intertwined with mythological characters in a lush garden setting. Created around 1478, it epitomizes Renaissance art with its delicate brushstrokes and vibrant colors. "Dionysus and the Maenads, " painted by Gustave Moreau in 1901, portrays Dionysus (also known as Bacchus), the god of wine and ecstasy surrounded by his ecstatic female followers called maenads. This enchanting artwork encapsulates both divine power and human desire. The nymph Crenaia takes center stage in Roman mythology as she personifies Dargle's natural beauty in all its glory. Her presence brings life to landscapes like no other creature can. Alexandre Cabanel's "The Birth of Venus" transports us to an idyllic scene where Venus emerges from sea foam onto a shell-shaped chariot guided by Zephyrus (the west wind).