Fantasy & Mythology
Fantasy & Mythology
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The Three Fates
Paul Thumann, Artists Mood, Crone Fate, Three Fate, Ancient Goddesses, Maiden Mothers, Mothers Crone, Friedrich Paul, Allegor Paintings
portailblog: “Les trois destins (The three fates) par Friedrich Paul Thumann (1834-1908), peintre, illustrateur et portraitiste allemand. ”
maiden mother crone Fates
Cupid and Psyche Painted by Jacques-Louis David during his exile in Brussels, this late work evoked mixed reactions from critics, some finding it innovative and others dismissing it as bizarre. Threatened by Psyche’s celebrated beauty, Venus orders her son, Cupid, to make her earthly rival fall in love with a vile man. Instead, Cupid falls in love with Psyche himself and conceals her in his palace, where he visits her only under cover of night.
Cupid and Psyche, Jacques-Louis David
Jacques Louis David, Jacques Louise David, Cleveland Museums, Art Museums, Cupid, David Jacquesloui, St. Louis, Painting
Cupid & Psyche by Jacques Louise David (1748 - 1825),
Cupid and Psyche by Jacques Louis David Cleveland Art Museum
An important scene in Making the First Move happens in front of the Jacques Louis David painting, Cupid and Psyche at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Book details at: http://www.reeseryan.com/books/making-the-first-move/
Eros and Psyche
Angel, Oil Paintings, William Adolphe Bouguereau, Williams Bouguereau, Williamadolph, Art, Psych, Greek Mythology, Williams Adolphe Bouguereau
Le Ravissement de Psyche by William Bouguereau… Via VMBurkhardt on Tumblr. #angel #fairy #spiritual #art #myth #legend #love #couple #cupid
Ravishment of Psyche Art by William Adolphe Bouguereau
►Greek Mythology: “Eros and Psyche”:“The abduction of Psyche” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1894).
"Le Ravissement de Psyche" (1895) - By William Adolphe Bouguereau (William Bouguereau) (1825-1905), oil painting,
All Hallow's Eve and Samhain (October 31), The Days of the Dead (November 1 - 4), and All Souls Day (November 2)...the time, according to folklore and myth, when the borders between the worlds grow thin, transparent, and permeable; when the dead return, and faeries ride the hills, and the twilight shimmers with Ancestral magick.
Twilight by Brian Froud, 1977
Fantasy, Sugar Plum, That Girls, Fairies, Brian Froud, Art, Twilight, Faeries, Magic Creatures
fantasy and faery art | Tumblr
The Realm of Faery is a strange shadow land, lying just beyond the fields we know. ~Author Unknown The art is Brian Froud.
All Hallow's Eve and Samhain (October 31), The Days of the Dead (November 1 - 4), and All Souls Day (November 2)...the time, according to folklore and myth, when the borders between the worlds grow thin, transparent, and permeable; when the dead return, and faeries ride the hills, and the twilight shimmers with ancestral magic. Artwork by Brian Froud.
"Republicans who are open to tax increases, every one of them has sugar plum dancing fairies in their head......." he he he hehe http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/28/norquist-fiscal-cliff_n_2203296.html?utm_hp_ref=politics#slide=1803892
All Hallow's Eve and Samhain (October 31), The Days of the Dead (November 1 - 4), and All Souls Day (November 2)...the time, according to folklore and myth, when the borders between the worlds grow thin, transparent, and permeable; when the dead return, and faeries ride the hills, and the twilight shimmers with ancestral magic. #witches #magick #fairies #Halloween
ana-anibas: Brian Froud As a child, I was always so inspired by this illustration...I wanted to be that girl with the stripey stockings and wild hair. Mission accomplished!
54 Intercontinental Cuties playing cards by Josh Cooley & Bill Presing
Beautiful Routines, Hair Problems, Mornings Routines, A Tattoo, Medusa Hair, Pin Up Girls, Curly Hair, Beautiful Girls, Plays Cards
Greece, pin up girl artwork by Bill Presing.
creative playing cards girls design 8 Playing cards with girls from different countries
Medusa's morning routine.
a tattoo of Medusa with her snakes in rollers, but this is way better!
Curly hair problems
Medusa Hair Problems X3
Mars being disarmed by Venus, Jacques-Louis David
Artists, Jacques Louis David, David Jacquesloui, 1824, Mars Disarm, Oil Painting, Art Painting, Venus, Three Grace
David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825) - 1824 Mars Disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces (Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium), for more of Jacques louis David oil paintings, please visit http://www.painting-in-oil.com/artworks-David-Jacques-louis.html
FINE ART PAINTING Mars Being Disarmed by Venus is the last painting produced by the French artist Jacques-Louis David, 1824 https://www.facebook.com/TheNudismAndNaturismDailyNews
Kaaaay Deviantart Com, Egyptian, Digital Art, Graphics Design, Art Rel Inspiration, Egypt God, Artrel Inspiration, Anubis Digital, Retrato-Port Digital
Inspiration | Anubis Digital Art By Kaaay Via DeviantART
Susan Seddon Boulet - Bastet
Egyptian Goddesses, Goddesses Bastet, Susan Seddon, Basting, Seddonboulet, Mythology, Ancient Egypt, Seddon Boulet, Cat Goddesses
Bastet -Bast - Ubasti - Baset; Egyptian Cat Goddess by Susan Seddon Boulet... Daughter of the sun god Ra, she is also known as Lady of Flame and Eye of Ra. She is wife to Ptah, god of carpenters and shipbuilders, and mother to Nefertum, who it is said was called forth from a lotus flower to help raise the sun into the sky. Unlike other goddesses, Bastet has a very unique duality. When her head is that of a cat, she is a moon goddess, and when a lion, she is a sun goddess.
The Egyptian goddess Bastet By Susan Seddon Boulet
Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Ancient Egypt ~ Bast ~ Ancient Egyptian Cat Goddess
#Egyptian #Goddess #Bast #cat #woman #mythology #art #print
Anubis by *GENZOMAN
Egyptian Jackal, Anubis Design, Egyptian Obsession, Mythology Art, Anubis Egyptian, Mythical God, Greek Mythology, Egyptian God, Egyptian Mythology Anubis
Anubis Egyptian God of the Dead | Anubis - God of the Dead in Egyptian Mythology (Click to Enlarge)
Anubis (Egyptian jackal headed god; the judge of the dead) Actuality: one EPICly cool character of myth
The Norns in Norse mythology are Goddesses who rule the destiny of Gods and men. The Norns spin the threads of fate at the foot of Yggdrasil, the tree of the world. Whereas the origin of the name norn is uncertain, it may derive from a word meaning "to twine" and which would refer to their twining the thread of fate.