The Raft of the Medusa (1818–1819), oil on canvas, Louvre, Paris | artwork by Jean Louis Théodore Géricault

Hercules and Antaeus (1690s), oil painting, Palazzo Cattaneo, Genoa | artwork by Gregorio De Ferrari

Nebuchadnezzar (1795/c.1805), ink and watercolour on paper, Tate | artwork by William Blake

Pygmalion (1786), Oil, Musée National du Château et des Trianons | artwork by Jean-Baptiste Regnault

Pygmalion adoring his statue (1717), oil on canvas | artwork by Jean Raoux

Nemesis (1837), oil on canvas | artwork  by Alfred Rethel

The Palace Guard (1892) | artwork by Ludwig Deutsch

Cassandra begging Minerva for vengeance on Ajax (1810) | artwork by Jerome-Martin Langlois

The death of Hyacinthus, Oil on canvas, Musée Château Baron Martin, Gray, Haute-Saône, France | artwork by Merry-Joseph Blondel

Jupiter and Io ( circa 1530), oil on canvas,  Kunsthistorisches Museum | artwork by Antonio da Correggio

Lady Godiva (1891), oil on canvas | image Jules Joseph Lefebvre

Raoucha (1901), oil on canvas | artwork by Nasreddine Dinet

The Remorse of Orestes or Orestes Pursued by the Furies (1862), oil on canvas | artwork by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

how-to-rain-dance i've missed your posts! why aren't you around here more?

Cheers for sticking around - (edit) I do apologize mate, I’m just so busy at the moment, i really need to find a way to juggle my job and kick-starting my career and running my other blog and this one - I just haven’t found the perfect middle ground as yet. I’m so hopelessly unorganized atm, its not even funny, do bear with me.

The Naiads (1881) | artwork by Gioacchino Pagliei

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