Circe mitologia

John William Waterhouse (British, 1849-1917). Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses, 1891

John William Waterhouse (British, 1849-1917). Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses, 1891

Puedo quedarme aquí por siempre, isla de placeres. Sin embargo anhelo mi propia tierra, lo mío reclama con fuerza.   Odysseus and Calypso. Red-figure vase. Clay. Paris, Louvre Museum.

Puedo quedarme aquí por siempre, isla de placeres. Sin embargo anhelo mi propia tierra, lo mío reclama con fuerza. Odysseus and Calypso. Red-figure vase. Clay. Paris, Louvre Museum.

John William Waterhouse

Cuarto año de una antojadiza antología de la poesía de todos los tiempos, seleccionada por el escritor Quique de Lucio. Esta pretende ser u...

John William Waterhouse

El artista que redefinió la fuerza y la violencia de las mujeres heridas

John William Waterhouse

John William Waterhouse: Circe offering the Cup 1891 Oil on canvas. Oldham Art Gallery, Oldham, England Actual Size (W x H): 92cm x 149cm = 36.25" x 58.71"

John William Waterhouse: Circe offering the Cup 1891 Oil on canvas. Oldham Art Gallery, Oldham, England Actual Size (W x H): 92cm x 149cm = 36.25" x 58.71"

Eric Armusik Dramatic Figurative Artist in front of Circe, a mythological painting he painted in 14 days.

Eric Armusik Dramatic Figurative Artist in front of Circe, a mythological painting he painted in 14 days.

Roman wall-painting found in Pompeii, now preserved in the National Museum of the city of Naples (Italy), representing Medea, moments before the killing of her own children

Roman wall-painting found in Pompeii, now preserved in the National Museum of the city of Naples (Italy), representing Medea, moments before the killing of her own children

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