Sphinxes by Ingres and Moreau, Watts’ Minotaur, Blake’s Cerberus, Hieronymus Bosch, and more monsters.
A celebration of painted dragons in European art, including Moreau, William Blake, Raphael, Tintoretto and others.
Usually seen with peacocks, she has her work cut out keeping an eye on her husband Zeus and his many adulterous affairs.
Many myths concern his endless adulterous rapes of mortals and subsequent pregnancies, but there’s also Philemon and Baucis.
Nine daughters of Mnemosyne representing each division of the classical arts. Paintings from Raphael to Moreau.
Some of the greatest figurative artists including Botticelli, Titian, Poussin, Boucher, Ingres, Moreau, and Joseph Stella.
Some of his more popular Symbolist paintings from the 1890s, a portrait of a humanitarian journalist, and more.
Paintings by Klimt, Bouguereau, Moreau, von Stuck, and John Singer Sargent’s last vast masterpiece in Boston.
Early in 1896, several artists who exhibited at the Salons set up a rival exhibition. The following year was the last of Péladan’s and his movements petered out by the twentieth century.
She became quite popular in 19th century paintings, in association with Morpheus and his opium poppies.