To have a love like Eros and Psyche is the truest love of all, for one evokes love while the other knows love

"Cupid and Psyche" by Sabine Rich on DeviantArt. Cupid is the Roman name for the Greek god Eros (here pictured in the style of an angel); the source of the story is Metamorphoses by Apuleius, century AD.

Love love love this sculpture. Eros & Psyche by Antonio Canova displayed in the Louvre.

Ari Takes Photos: Amore E Psiche, Louvre Paris, Spring 2013 - 56342 - Buamai

Eros and Psyche ascending, I presume. Bookplate design by H. Ospovat via John Coulthart.

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Cupid and Psyche, 1889 by William-Adolphe Bouguereau. Realism. mythological painting. Private Collection

L'Amour et Psyche, enfants (Cupid and Psyche as Children) oil painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, The highest quality oil painting reproductions and great customer service!

About a month ago, I found an old book of Greek myths I had in the grade. I looked through it and found the story of Eros and Psyche (It's Cupid and. Sketches-Eros and Psyche

They were commemorated in a statue but theirs was different to others. It conveyed more of them than normal statues would have. It was them, clinging tightly to each other.

The Pietro Canonica Museum in Rome ” Pietro Canonica - The Abyss , 1909 .

art-and-dream:    kiss by . Zichy Mihály Hungarian painter and designer, from 1827 - 1906. romantic erotic

Mihaly von Zichy "Romantic Encounter" Medium: pencil, brush and ink and white heightening on paper Creation Date: 1864 Private Collection, Berlin

Cupid and Psyche - van Dyck Anthony

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Un petit groupe en biscuit de porcelaine représentant Amour et Psyché sous les traits de deux jeunes enfants nus et potelés, ceints de draperies. Tournés l’un vers l’autre...

A small group in porcelain biscuit showing winged Eros and Psyche as two young children. They are entwined and rest on a roc, above a circular pedestal decorated with flutes.