The Nymph Eurydice, Bitten by a Viper by Sabino Medina y Peñas (1865)
Pastoral Apollo by John Flaxman (1824)
The Return of the Prodigal Son, Pompeo Batoni, 1773
Clotho by Joseph Engel (1860)
A Sleeping Bacchus by Richard Earlom (1780)
Minerva and Apollo by Giovanni Battista Balestra (1803-42)
Fountain Nymph by Antonio Canova (1815-17)
Sea Nymph by Emil Wolff (1841)
Psyche Lamenting the Loss of Cupid by William Theed (1847)
Mars by Pietro Bettelini (1800-21)
Mars and Venus by Antonio Canova (1815-19)
Agrippina trauert über der Urne des Germanicus
Angelica Kauffmann (Chur, 1741 - Rome, 1807)
oh to paint sunlight onto canvas as beautifully as Bougeureau in his painting Whisperings of Love, 1889
Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923), Ophelia (detail).
i got a gay tattoo today
La Primavera by Walter Crane, 1883
Anton Raphael Mengs, St. John the Baptist Preaching in the Wilderness, 18th century.
It’s the Day of Hermes aka Mercurius Day or, for other people, Wednesday!
Here Hermes is putting on his sandals after a visit of the Gardens at Sanssouci.
Sculpture by Jean-Baptiste Pigalle (1739)
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples, 1814.