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A chosen in her frozen state of death

A chosen in her frozen state of death

johnnybravo20: Achilles

blu-elettrico: ““ Statue of Achilleús Thnēskōn (Achilles Dying) The gardens of the Achilleion, Corfu, Greece ” ”

Achilles mourning the death of his boyfriend Patroclus (on a plate).  aka. A Greek burrito of mourning.

Achilles mourning the death of his boyfriend Patroclus (on a plate). A Greek burrito of mourning.

"We cαn eαsιlʏ ғσrgive α cнιld wнσ ιs αғrαιd σғ тнe dαrκ; тнe reαl тrαgedʏ σғ lιғe ιs wнen мen αre αғrαιd σғ тнe lιgнт."

MYTHOLOGY MEME: greek gods/goddesses THANATOS - In greek anmythology, Thanatos (Θανατος) was the god and personification of death. His touch was gentle, likened to that of his twin brother.

Buenos Aires - Argentina. Window detail

Art Nouveau female nude sculpture by Jean Antoine Injalbert One of several figures adorning the Hotel Chappaz in Béziers, about 400 miles from Paris

Beautiful sculpture by Antonio Corradini and can be seen in-person at San Severo Chapel, Naples.

Statue: The Veiled Truth (aka Modesty / Chastity) by Antonio Corradini, 1751 at Cappella Sansevero, Naples, Italy

Gian Lorenzo Bernini, "San Girolamo", 1661-63 - Marmo, altezza 195 cm, Cappella del Voto, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta, Siena

Sculptor Dana B. Jerome for the series "What Makes a Masterpiece?

Representa a Niké diosa de la victoria, y lo que más me gusta y destacaria de la escultura, aparte de la posición, la tela del vestido que expresa el movimineto del viento.

The Louvre - It is the Winged Victory of Samothrace. It’s from the second century BCE, and it represents the Greek god of victory, Nike. It was made to commemorate a successful sea battle in Samothrace, and it actually did have a head once upon a time.

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