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  • Ana Kreysa

    MadameYevonde

  • Kelly Dorsey

    Baroness Gagern as Europa SOCIETY WOMEN AS GODDESSES, 1935, BY MADAME YEVONDE

  • 中村友紀

    Madame Yevonde, Mrs Donald Ross as Europa, 1935 -Madame Yevonde’s Goddesses, a series of portraits of society women posing as figures from classical mythology, were made in the 1930s using the short-lived Vivex colour system. .

  • Masumi Tashiro

    My Bohemian Aesthetic psychesdescent: Vintage photo reminiscent of the Europa and Zeus myth

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Madame Yevonde: Baroness Gagern as Europa. Lovely how her hair blends with the pelt of the bull. Europa is besotted with love for Zeus, in the moment before (or perhaps the moment after?) her abduction. (Got a cigarette?)

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Madame Yevonde's Goddesses - in pictures Madame Yevonde's pioneering colour series Goddesses in which 1930s society ladies took on guises based on classical myth

Europa and Zeus: Europa was the Cretan Moon Goddess who was adopted into Greek myth as a virgin Phoenician princess abducted by Zeus in the form of a bull, raped by him, and subsequently abandoned. Somewhat miraculously Hera was distracted during her affair with Zeus and never punished her for it. One morning Europa and her companions went gathering flowers by the sea. Zeus noticed this charming group, particularly Europa, who was the prettiest of the maidens. Zeus appeared to the group as a...

Illustration (for a detective novel?) by Swedish mid-century illustrator Rolf Lagerson. via reboot planet

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