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Guilio Romano painted this fresco called Thetis Delivering Arms to Achilles in the early 1500s. Thetis, Achilles

In the early Guilio Romano painted this fresco named "Thetis Delivering Arms to Achilles”. Thetis, Achilles' mother, is seen here bringing her son a new suit of armor to wear when he joins combat in the Trojan War.

THE TAKING OF BRISEIS. Achilles sits in a chair holding his spear while Patroklos, his back turned to the viewer, a sword slung over his shouder, hands over Briseis to Agamemnon’s men. To the far left stands Talthybios with his herald’s wand. Achilles’ tutor Phoenix stands behind his chair. Four armed warriors stand at the back against the wall of the tent. Roman fresco from Pompeii, c. first century ad.

Scenes from Homer's 'The Iliad' in ancient art

Homer's The Iliad- "Achilles and Patroclas" MMVII mixed media

"Achilles & Patroclas" aka "The Funeral of Petroclas" Greek Myths & Legends; Paintings of Classical Mythology and a brief introduction to Greek & Roman, Mythology featuring contemporary Illustrations by Howard David Johnson

Painting of Achilles, aided by Athena, battling Hector.  This painting is another fresco by Peter Paul Rubens.  It was completed in 1630.  This painting shows again how strong of a fighter Achilles was, it also shows that the gods and goddesses were behind him and aided him throughout his life.

Painting of Achilles, aided by Athena, battling Hector. This painting is another fresco by Peter Paul Rubens. It was completed in 1630. This painting shows again how strong of a fighter Achilles was, it also shows that the gods and goddesses were behind him and aided him throughout his life.

Mona Lisa. I was surprised at the size of the painting.  I was expecting something much larger

The Mona Lisa (La Gioconda or La Joconde, or Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, a half-length portrait of a woman by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, art in the world." The painting, is in oil and is now at the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

Roman Mythology - Belleraphone and Pegasus

Copyright free images from Roman Mythology from my personal collection for you to use in your art work.

The nasty online comments about female athletes, misrules of attraction

The nasty online comments about female athletes, misrules of attraction

Guérin, Baron Pierre-Narcisse (b,1774)- Clytemnestra Kills Sleeping Agamemnon

Pierre-Narcisse Guérin: Clytemnestra and Agamemnon, 1822 In Greek myth, Clytemnestra was a "femme fatale" who murdered her husband Agamemnon and the Trojan princess Cassandra, taken by Agamemnon as a "prize" during the Trojan War.

This painting represents the death of Achilles by Paris.  It is by Peter Paul Rubens and is titled "The Death of Achilles."  It was completed sometime between 1630 - 1635 and hangs in the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, in Rotterdam.

This painting represents the death of Achilles by Paris. It is by Peter Paul Rubens and is titled "The Death of Achilles." It was completed sometime between 1630 - 1635 and hangs in the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, in Rotterdam.

This painting of Achilles and the centaur Chiron by Toussaint Dubreuil from the 1600’s shows how Chiron was a mentor to Achilles as a young boy who had lost his mother. Chiron was respected by many families at the time and contributed to the training of Achilles great skills in war.

) : Toussaint Dubreuil, Achille et le Centaure Chiron - Art & Energie

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