Ἑλένη

Alas for my troubles! Can it be that her beauty has blunted their swords?
~ Monday, December 5 ~
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sparrowqueen:

Nymphs dancing to Pan’s flute Joseph Tomanek.

sparrowqueen:

Nymphs dancing to Pan’s flute
Joseph Tomanek.

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~ Sunday, December 4 ~
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sparrowqueen:

Orpheus and Eurydice Edmund Dulac, 1935.

sparrowqueen:

Orpheus and Eurydice
Edmund Dulac, 1935.

Tags: orpheus eurydice art ethereal women girls who are prizes
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~ Friday, December 2 ~
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Tags: three graces botticelli art ethereal women
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~ Thursday, December 1 ~
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wetalkedasgirlsdo:

illustration of Echo from A Book of Myth, Helen Stratton

wetalkedasgirlsdo:

illustration of Echo from A Book of Myth, Helen Stratton

Tags: echo and narcissus echo art powerless women
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~ Wednesday, November 30 ~
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Tags: apollo and daphne art apollo gods daphne how dare he appropriate her symbol?
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~ Tuesday, November 29 ~
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mesbeauxarts:

Antonio Canova. Three Graces. ca. 1813-1816.
Marble.
State Hermitage Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia.

mesbeauxarts:

Antonio Canova. Three Graces. ca. 1813-1816.

Marble.

State Hermitage Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Tags: three graces canova art sapphics
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~ Monday, November 28 ~
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sparrowqueen:

The Pearls of Aphrodite Herbert James Draper, 1907.

sparrowqueen:

The Pearls of Aphrodite
Herbert James Draper, 1907.

Tags: aphrodite gods art beauty women who are symbols
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~ Saturday, November 26 ~
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~ Friday, November 25 ~
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ponderful:

Apollo and Daphne by Henrietta Rae

ponderful:

Apollo and Daphne by Henrietta Rae

Tags: art apollo and daphne apollo daphne gods women who escaped women who were scared
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~ Thursday, November 24 ~
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lizznack:

Praxiteles.  Aphrodite of Cyrene.  Ca. 340-330 BC.  (Roman copy, ca. 100 BC).  Marble.  Height: 5 feet.

lizznack:

Praxiteles.  Aphrodite of Cyrene.  Ca. 340-330 BC.  (Roman copy, ca. 100 BC).  Marble.  Height: 5 feet.

Tags: aphrodite gods women without faces objectification art
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