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Gustave Moreau, "Prométhée", huile sur toile, Paris, Musée Gustave Moreau, Cat. 196

Gustave Moreau Prometheus 1868 - Gustave Moreau – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Leda  Artist: Gustave Moreau  Start Date: c.1875  Completion Date:c.1880  Style: Symbolism  Genre: mythological painting  Technique: gouache, watercolor  Dimensions: 21 x 34 cm  Gallery: Musée Gustave Moreau, Paris, France

Gustave Moreau - Leda and the Swan. Tags: leda, females seduced by zeus…

Jupiter and Semele - Gustave Moreau --- (Semele, encouraged by Hera - Zeus's wife - persuades Zeus to reveal himself in all his splendour. When he appears before her as the radiant god of thunder and lightning, Semele is consumed by flames.)

Jupiter and Semele - Gustave Moreau --- (Semele, encouraged by Hera - Zeus's wife - persuades Zeus to reveal himself in all his splendour. When he appears before her as the radiant god of thunder and lightning, Semele is consumed by flames.

Phoebus and Boreas  Gustave Moreau - circa 1879

Phoebus and Boreas by Gustave Moreau c. 1879 watercolor and gouache Musee Gustave Moreau

The Muses Leaving their Father Apollo to Go Out and Light the World - Gustave Moreau

The Muses Leaving their Father Apollo to Go Out and Light the World by Gustave Moreau 1868 oil on canvas Musee Gustave Moreau

Orpheus at the Tomb of Eurydice by Gustave Moreau  1891  oil on canvas  Musee Gustave Moreau

didoofcarthage: “Orpheus at the Tomb of Eurydice by Gustave Moreau 1891 oil on canvas Musee Gustave Moreau ”

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Gustave Moreau Thracian Girl Carrying the Head of Orpheus on His Lyre, 1865 oil on canvas

The Roman scholar Varro relates that there are only three Muses: one who is born from the movement of water, another who makes sound by striking the air, and a third who is embodied only in the human voice. They were Melete or Practice, Mneme or Memory and Aoide or Song.

Moreau, Gustave - Hésiode et la Muse - 1891 - Gustave Moreau - Wikipedia, la…

Prometheus (1868 by Gustave Moreau). The myth of Prometheus first was attested by Hesiod and then constituted the basis for a tragic trilogy of plays, possibly by Aeschylus, consisting of Prometheus Bound, Prometheus Unbound, and Prometheus Pyrphoros.

Prometheus by Gustave Moreau). The myth of Prometheus first was attested by Hesiod and then constituted the basis for a tragic trilogy of plays, possibly by Aeschylus, consisting of Prometheus Bound, Prometheus Unbound, and Prometheus Pyrphoros.

Prometheus (1868) by Gustave Moreau. In the Prometheus mythos of Hesiodus and possibly Aeschylus (the Greek trilogy Prometheus Bound, Promet...

Gustave Moreau Prometheus 1868 - Gustave Moreau – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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