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Catalogue of Greek/Roman Mythology related Drawings / Paintings / Sculptures

Chronological ordered (if possible)

(C) extended comments about the work



Aesculapius, Flora, Ceres and Cupid Honouring Bust of Linnaeus, from 'Temple of Flora' Robert Thornton , 1800

Venus and Adonis, Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, c. 1800

Jason, sculpture, Bertel Thorvaldsen 1802/3

Achilles Searching for the Shade of Patroclus, John Henry Fuseli (1741-1825), 1803

The shipwreck of Odysseus, John Henry Fuseli , 1803

The Death Of Pallas, Jacques-Henri Sablet (1749-1803)

Venus wounded by Diomedes, Ingres 1803

Theseus and the Centaur, Antonio Canova 1804/19

Venus, Thorvaldsen, Louvre RF3334 c, 1805

Leucothea gives her vail to save Odysseus, John Flaxman 1805

Apollo among the Shepherds Christian Gottlieb Schick, Oil on canvas. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart 1808

Amor and Psyche, Pelagio Palagi 1808

Oedipus and the Sphinx, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1808

Philoctetes, Vincenzo Baldacci 1802 / 1813

* Lampetia is complaining to Apollo, John Flaxman 1810

Mars and Venus with Amor, Sculpture Leopold Kiesling ( 1810 ) (*)

Venus shows to Mars her hand wounded by Diomedes, Sculpture/Relief . Johann Nepomuk Schaller, 1810 (*)

Venus Genitrix, Charles Dupaty, Sculpture, Natural History Museum, Paris 1810

Aurora and Cephalus, Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (1767 - 1824) c.1810 (*)

Circe and Odysseus, John Flaxman 1810

Wrath of Achilles, Michel Martin Drolling 1810

Venus and Mars, sculpture, Antonio Canova , Italy, 1810

Psyche and Zephyr, sculpture, H. J. Ruxththier, Natural History Museum, Paris 1810/14

Apollo and Python, J. M. W. Turner 1811

Mercury and Herse, Joseph Mallord William Turner , 1811

* Jupiter and Thetis, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres 1811

Judgement of Paris, William Blake c. 1811

The Education of Achilles (Achilles and Chiron), Gottlieb Schick (1776 - 1812)

Dying Philoctetes, Vincenzo Baldacci 1802 / 1813

Odysseus in the court of Alcinous (Ulisse alla corte di Alcinoo) Francesco Hayez , 1813/15

Young Zephyr above the water , Pierre-Paul Prud'hon 1814

Amor and Psyche, Baron François Pascal Gerard 1814

Hercules and Philoctetes, Ivan Akimovich Akimov 1814

Andromache and Astyanax. Pierre-Paul Prud'hon 1814/24

Aurora with Genius of Light , Bertel Thorvaldsen 1815

Venus with the apple, Bertel Thorvaldsen ,Thorvaldsens Museum, Copenhagen, 1813/6

Cupid and Psyche, Jacques-Louis David 1817

Ganymede with the Eagle Bertel Thorvaldsen 1817

Olympus, Andrea Appiani the elder (1754-1817)

Cupid fleeing the sleeping Psyche, Francois-Edouard Picot 1817

Clytemnestra hesitates before killing the sleeping Agamemnon..., Pierre-Narcisse Guérin 1817

Prometheus brings Fire to Mankind , Heinrich Friedrich Füger 1817

Aristaeus, sculpture, François-Joseph Bosio Bosio, Louvre, exhibited 1817

Graces and Amor, sculpture, Bertel Thorvaldsen 1817/8

* Biblis changed into a spring, C. Dupaty , Louvre, Paris 1819

Passage on the river Styx, Nicolas-Louis-François Gosse 1819

Pygmalion and Galatea, Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson 1819

Orpheus and Eurydice, Michel Martin Drolling c. 1820

Ariadne on Naxos, John Vanderlyn 1820

Diana surprised in the bath by Actaeon who is transformed into a stag, Merry Joseph Blondel c. 1820

Perseus and Andromeda, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

Marsyas Teaches Olympus Petr Vasil'evich Basin, 1821

*Cyparissus, marble sculpture Francesco Pozzi 1822

Dying Eurydice, Louvre CC7 Charles-François Lebœuf, aka Nanteuil 1822,

Niobid, James Pradier, Louvre LL312 c. 1822

* Saturn, Goya, c. 1823

Mars Disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces. Jacques-Louis David, 1822/4.

Young Girl at the Scamander River , Joseph Desire Court, 1824

Priam Asking Achilles to Return Hector's Body, Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov c. 1824

* Psyche sculpture , James Pradier c. 1824

Antaeus, William Blake, 1824/6

Cacus, William Blake

Capaneus, William Blake

Cerberus, William Blake

Styx, William Blake

Ulysses and Diomedes, William Blake

Niobe punished by Diana and Apollo, Merry Joseph Blondel c. 1825

Theseus and the Minotaur Ramey Tuileries 1826

Mercury fastening his sandals, sculpture, François Rude 1827?

Cupid and Psyche, Jean-Baptiste Regnault 1828

Hero and Leander, William Etty 1828/29

Bellerophon Rides to Kill the Chimaera, Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov c. 1829

Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus. Joseph Mallord William Turner, c. 1829

Aristaeus Mourning the Loss of his Bees, sculpture, François Rude, Musee des Beaux Arts, Dijon, Côte-d'Or, c. 1830

* Les Trois Grâces (The Three Graces) sculpture , James Pradier c. 1831

Leda , Francois-Edouard Picot c. 1832

Oedipus and Antigone, Antoni Stanislaw Brodowski (1784-1832)

Cybele protects from Vesuvius, François Édouard Picot c. 1832

The Three Graces, James Pradier 1833

Venus Verticordia , John Gibson, Sculpture 1833

Apollo, Hyacinthus and Cypress, Singing and Playing Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov 1831/34

Polites, Son of Priam, Observes the Movements of the Greeks Jean Hippolyte Flandrin 1834

Hebe, Demeter Laccataris

Hercules and Diomedes, Antoine Jean Gros c 1835

Prometheus, Grigory Karpovich Mikhailov c 1835

Fortuna and a Beggar, Alexey Tarasovich Markov c 1836

Eros, sculpture, Emil Wolff 1836

The Parting of Hero and Leander, Joseph Mallord William Turner 1837

Venus Anadyomene, Théodore Chasseriau 1838

Medea , Delacroix, 1838

Vulcan, Herman Vilhelm Bissen, Sculpture Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen 1838

Andromeda Chained to the Rocks , Théodore Chassériau c. 1840

*Diane et Endymion sculpture, James Pradier 1841

* Satyr and Bacchante sculpture, James Pradier 1841

Endymion, Daumier Honoré 1842

Andromeda, sculpture, Lawrence Macdonald, 1842

The Graces, sculpture, Herman Vilhelm Bissen 1842

Ulysses' Homecoming (Odysseus and Penelope), Honore Daumier

Nymph with a Scorpion, sculpture , Lorenzo Bartolini c. 1845

Apollo and Daphne, Theodore Chasseriau 1846

Neptune Resigning to Britannia the Empire of the Sea William Dyce 1847

Venus Anadyomene, Ingres , c. 1848

Clytie, sculpture, Joseph Lescorne 1848

Odysseus recognized by Euryclea, Gustave Boulanger 1849

The Graces, sculpture, Edward Hodges Baily 1849

Penelope, John Roddam Spencer Stanhope c 1849

Pluto and Proserpine, Edward James Physick 1849

Zethus und Amphion, Julius Troschel, 1840/50

Death of Adonis , Julius Troschel , 1840/50

Perseus and Andromeda , Julius Troschel , 1840/50

Bellerophon and Pegasus , Julius Troschel , 1840/50

Dance of the Nymphs , Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot c. 1850

*La Toilette d'Atalante, sculpture, James Pradier 1850

Apollo and Hyacinth, Giuseppe Marri (?1851)

Andromeda, Eugène Delacroix c, 1852

Venus , Ivan Vitali. sculpture, Marble 1852 *

Venus disarming Cupid, William Edward Frost 1852

Venus of Paphos , Ingres 1852/3

Calypso, sculpture, Anatole Calmels 1853

Actaea, the Nymph of the Shore, Frederic Leighton 1853/8

Wounded Philoctetes, Herman Vilhelm Bissen, Sculpture,Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen, 1854/5

Ajax Praying for Light, sculpture, William Calder 1855

Medea , Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix c. 1856

Pan , Arnold Böcklin c. 1857

The death of the Nymph Hesperia, Elie Delaunay 1859

Rustic Aphrodite, sculpture, Georges Clère (1819-1901) 1859

Omphale sculpture, Gustave Crauk (1827-1905). 1859

Helen , Antoine Étex , 1859

Paris , Antoine Étex , 1859

Death of Polyxena, Paul Francois Quinsac (1858-?)

Circe, Charles Gumery 1860

Eurypylus, Henri Iselin 1860

Nymph and Satyr, Alexander Cabanel 1860

Ganymede, J. H. Baker, Engraving after E. S. Bartholomew (1860).

Orpheus and the wild animals, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot

Achilles. Herman Vilhelm Bissen, Sculpture, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen 1861

Artemis, William Morris, 1861

Pandora sculpture Pierre Loison (1816-1886) 1861.

Iphigenie , Anselm Feuerbach 1862, First Version

Medea , Delacroix, 1862

The Judgement of Paris, Paul Cézanne 1862/4

La Naissance de Venus (The Birth of Venus), Eugène Emmanuel Amaury-Duval 1862

Leucothea sculpture, Jean Jules Allasseur (1818-1903) (1862).

Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix

* Penthesilea sculpture, Gabriel-Vital Dubray (1813-1892). 1862

Bacchante , Pierre Honore Hugrel , 1864

Orpheus and Eurydice, Frederic Leighton 1864

Leda and the swan, Auguste Clesinger 1864

Antigone confronted with the dead Polynices, Nikiforos Lytras, (1865).

Orpheus, Gustave Moreau 1865

Orpheus in Hades, Jules Machard 1865

Aristaeus Mourning the Loss of his Bees, sculpture, Joseph Michel Caillé, Musee des Beaux Arts, Nantes 1866

Narcissus, Paul Dubois, 1866

Bacchus, Simeon Solomon 1867

Diana , Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1867,

Death Of Cenchrias, Son Of Neptune, Sophie Rude (1797-1867)

Cupid and Psyche, Alphonse Legros 1867

Wife of Pygmalion, George Frederick Watts 1868

Orpheus and Eurydice , Michael Putz-Richard (1868-?)

Venus Verticordia , Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1864/8

Pygmalion and the Image: Edward Coley Burne-Jones (1868-78)

Andromeda, Paul Gustave Doré, c. 1869

Andromeda, Edward Poynter 1869

* The Dying Centaur, Bronze sculpture, William Rimmer (1816-1879) 1869

* Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon, Frederic Lord Leighton, 1869

Birth of Venus , Arnold Böcklin, 1869

Icarus, Frederic Lord Leighton, 1869

* The Garden of the Hesperides, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, 1869/73

Orpheus and Eurdice , George Frederick Watts 1869

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