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  • Tamara Harder

    I can't believe i was here and saw this sculpture!A sculpture by Antonio Canova depicting Eros reviving Psyche, who was put to sleep forever by inhaling a magic perfume. 1793. Louvre, Paris. I remember my art history professor saying this sculpture is more powerful because their lips are NOT touching! The energy created in that space is electrifying!

  • Lisa Abernathy

    Antonio Canova’s (1757-1822) statue Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss, first commissioned in 1787, exemplifies the Neoclassical devotion to love and emotion. It represents the god Cupid in the height of love and tenderness, immediately after awakening the lifeless Psyche with a kiss, a scene excerpted from Lucius Apuleius’ The Golden Ass.

  • Sophie Hutchison

    By Antonio Canova depicting Eros and Psyche, 1793. Louvre, Paris. 'Love pursues the Soul, not the body; the Erotic desires the Psychic. If Love was clean and wholesome he wouldn't lust after Psyche' - Stephen Fry

  • Julie Bugeia

    eros and psyche at the louvre.

  • Zunelle

    Angel wings

  • Antavia Mason

    Cupid and Psyche the most beautiful representation of Greek Mythology EVER!!!

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I just really like this sculpture and I think it's beautiful and so interesting to look at.

Senza parlar del come, senza pensare al poi, senza chiederci fama o nome, qui, amando l’amore, tu e io ci guardiamo. Yosano Akiko

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beautiful......from stone, no less