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Washington DC, USA - Library of Congress Mural - Orpheus Featured Paintings Image

Washington DC, USA - Library of Congress Mural - Orpheus

Washington DC, USA - Mural Painting - The Greek Heroes by Walter McEwen (1860-1943). Found in the Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building. Orpheus. Slain by the Bacchantes. Date: 1920

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Winter - a Greek or Roman woman warms her hands by a fire Featured Paintings Image

Winter - a Greek or Roman woman warms her hands by a fire

Winter by Henry Ryland - a Greek or Roman woman warms her hands by a fire set in an ornamental metal basin. Although he did paint in oils, Ryland specialised in highly finished watercolour paintings containing images of young women in classical draperies on marble terraces. Subjects of this type were popularized by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Albert Moore and J. W. Godward. Date: 1905

Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady Featured Paintings Image

Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady

Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady with the sacral knot at the back of the neck that seems to indicate that she is a priestess or even a goddess. The fresco uses the black colour for emphasizing the form of the eyes and red for the lips. It dates from the Neopalatial period, ca. 1400 B.C. The Herakleion Archaeological Museum. Crete

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