Perseus and Medusa, by Cellini, Florence, Italy by Randy Loggia dei Lanzi, Perseus and Medusa, Benvenuto Cellini bronze, 18 feet high, 1545-54

Perseus and Medusa, by Cellini, Florence, Italy by Randy Loggia dei Lanzi, Perseus and Medusa, Benvenuto Cellini bronze, 18 feet high, 1545-54

Perseo y Medusa : sort of looks like what you two used to do with the Barbie that lost her head!  ;)

Perseo y Medusa : sort of looks like what you two used to do with the Barbie that lost her head! ;)

Perseus and Medusa - Tanglewood Marionettes

Perseus and Medusa - Tanglewood Marionettes

Athena, Perseus and Medusa, relief terracotta statue - from imperador Augustus period, Roman culture

Athena, Perseus and Medusa, relief terracotta statue - from imperador Augustus period, Roman culture

Perseus And Medusa

Perseus And Medusa

Perseus and Medusa; Produced in the Doccia Porcelain Factory (Italian, about 1735 - 1896), After models by Giovanni Battista Foggini (Italian, 1652 - 1725), Probably made by Gaspero Bruschi (Italian, 1701 - 1780), et al; Doccia (outside Florence), Italy; about 1750; Hard-paste porcelain, polychrome enamel decoration, gilding.

Perseus and Medusa; Produced in the Doccia Porcelain Factory (Italian, about 1735 - 1896), After models by Giovanni Battista Foggini (Italian, 1652 - 1725), Probably made by Gaspero Bruschi (Italian, 1701 - 1780), et al; Doccia (outside Florence), Italy; about 1750; Hard-paste porcelain, polychrome enamel decoration, gilding.

ESTEBAN MAROTO (Spanish b.1942). Perseus and Medusa, original | Lot #66225 | Heritage Auctions

ESTEBAN MAROTO (Spanish b.1942). Perseus and Medusa, original | Lot #66225 | Heritage Auctions

ESTEBAN MAROTO (Spanish b.1942). Perseus and Medusa, original | Lot #66225 | Heritage Auctions

ESTEBAN MAROTO (Spanish b.1942). Perseus and Medusa, original | Lot #66225 | Heritage Auctions

Myth of Perseus and Medusa - Polydectes king of the Serifos island fall in love with the beautiful Danaë, Perseus' mother. To protec his mother from him Perseus accepted the challenge of bringing the head of the only mortal Gorgon, Medusa, whose eyes turned people to stone.

Myth of Perseus and Medusa - Polydectes king of the Serifos island fall in love with the beautiful Danaë, Perseus' mother. To protec his mother from him Perseus accepted the challenge of bringing the head of the only mortal Gorgon, Medusa, whose eyes turned people to stone.

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Perseus and Medusa by SpottedAlienMonster on DeviantArt - If wishes were horses . . .

Perseus and Medusa by SpottedAlienMonster on DeviantArt - If wishes were horses . . .

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