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    • Arial Wingate

      Herbert James Draper (1863-1920) - Pearls of Aphrodite | artistically it's well done but notice how the dark skinned girl attracts no attention she doesn't look a slave nor servant the colors in this picture i wonder what the meaning is...i wonder if she means the most being what the eye draws to last or something more intelligent maybe idk

    • Pierre36

      Pearls of Aphrodite, Herbert James Draper (1863 – 1920), English Classicist painter

    • Leslie Gray

      Oil painting Herbert James Draper - Pearls of Aphrodite naked young girls fairy

    • Maia Ozgu G.

      Pearls of Aphrodite, oil painting by Herbert James Draper (1863-1920)

    • Michelle Mann

      Pearls of Aphrodite ~ Herbert James Draper (1863-1920), oil painting

    • Ester GJ

      Herbert James Draper (1863-1920), "Pearls of Aphrodite" 1907

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