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Joseph François Ducq, 1762-1829   Diana, second half of the 18th C.   Found in the Collection of the Groeningemuseum, Bruges   Credit: © Fine Art Images Heritage Images

Joseph François Ducq, 1762-1829 Diana, second half of the 18th C. Found in the Collection of the Groeningemuseum, Bruges Credit: © Fine Art Images Heritage Images

One of my all time favorite murals. Love the colors for my next paint job in the house.

One of my all time favorite murals. Love the colors for my next paint job in the house.

Artemis, goddess of the moon, hunt, forest and animals ~ (my second favorite Greek goddess) twin sister of Apollo and daughter of Zeus. Known as a "wild child" and never wants to marry and wants to stay a virgin all her life. Roman name: Diana

Artemis, goddess of the moon, hunt, forest and animals ~ (my second favorite Greek goddess) twin sister of Apollo and daughter of Zeus. Known as a "wild child" and never wants to marry and wants to stay a virgin all her life. Roman name: Diana

Old Diana the Huntress statue

Old Diana the Huntress statue

decordesignreview:  Taupe damask covers the walls of this sitting room and a large painting depicting Diana (goddess of hunting) dominates the wall above the sofa ~ Wales manor

decordesignreview: Taupe damask covers the walls of this sitting room and a large painting depicting Diana (goddess of hunting) dominates the wall above the sofa ~ Wales manor

Fresco depicting Diana the huntress - from Vesuvian Ash in Stabiae, Roman imperial period,  1st c. BC-1st c. AD

Fresco depicting Diana the huntress - from Vesuvian Ash in Stabiae, Roman imperial period, 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

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