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Albayde, 1848.

Veja obras de Alexandre Cabanel, grande pintor francês neoclássico

Albayde, 1848.

Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889)
“Phaedra” (1880)
Oil on canvas
Located in the Musée Fabre, Montpellier, France  In Greek mythology, Phaedra is the daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë, wife of Theseus, sister of Ariadne, and the mother of Demophon of Athens and Acamas. Phaedra’s name derives from the Greek word φαιδρός (phaidros), which meant “bright”.

Phaedra Alexandre Cabanel, with love’s sorrow, Phaedra has locked herself in her palace. A delicate veil covers her head. This is the third day she has gone without food as she is intent.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "moine catholique"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "moine catholique"

São João Batista, 1849.

Veja obras de Alexandre Cabanel, grande pintor francês neoclássico

Baroness Paul von Derwies Artist:	Alexandre Cabanel

1871 Baroness von Derwies by Alexandre Cabanel (Musée des Beaux Arts - Nice France) Baroness von Derwies' dress illustrates first bustle era style with abundant frills and a wide columnar skirt ending in a bustle.

Sarcophagus with Dionysus and Ariadne 190-200 (Imperial) Carved in high relief, Dionysus approaches the sleeping Ariadne on the island of Naxos where Theseus, whom she had rescued from the Minotaurs labyrinth, had abandoned her. He is surrounded by his attendants, including satyrs, maenads, and multiple figures of the half-man, half-goat deity Pan

Southern Folk Artist & Antiques Dealer/Collector: The Walters Art museum Greek & Roman Antiquities

Roman terracotta relifef of Hercules vs Apollo. Augustan period.  Palatine Museum

Apollo and Hercules, terracotta relief statue - from Augustan period, Roman culture

Artemis (Diana), Greek statue (bronze) from the school of Praxiteles, 4th century BC, (Archaelogical Museum of Piraeus, Athens).

Artemis (Diana), Greek statue (bronze) from the school of Praxiteles, century BC, (Archaelogical Museum of Piraeus, Athens).

Detail Etruscan painted pottery; Etruscan sailor turned into a dolphin by divine venegance bringing vine to Etruria from Troad

Detail Etruscan painted pottery: Etruscan sailor turned into a dolphin by the divine venegance bringing vine to Etruria from Troad

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Hestia, Athenian red-figure kylix B. HESTIA was the virgin goddess of the hearth (both private and municipal) and the home.

Whatever I'm Late Anyways Timepiece

Whatever I'm Late Anyways Timepiece

I want this watch badly. Whatever I’m Late Anyway Watch! Unisex Watch for Men and Women, Brown Watch, Brown Band, Wristwach, Gift.

The Winged Horses of Tarquinia, Etruscan high relief (end of 5th - early 4th century BCE). This terracotta slab adorned the pediment of an Etruscan temple. It shows a refined technique of execution with a meticulous rendering of details (tails, manes, feathers of the wings) and the precise reproduction of rich accoutrement. The artist who modeled it shows a direct knowledge of the contemporary Greek sculpture that probably was a reference model.

The Winged Horses of Tarquinia, Etruscan high relief (end of - early century BCE). This terracotta slab adorned the pediment of an Etruscan temple. It shows a refined technique of execution with a meticulous rendering of details (tails, manes, fea

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