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Art Rococo 18th C.

Art Rococo 18th C.

Cupid and Psyche.  Cupid is also called Eros. Psyche was born a mortal, but her beauty was too dangerous and she was the envy of Venus who tried to destroy her.  The gods eventually take pity on her plights and grant her immortality. She marries Cupid and they have a daughter, called Voluptas (Hedone in Greek mythology)

Cupid and Psyche. Cupid is also called Eros. Psyche was born a mortal, but her beauty was too dangerous and she was the envy of Venus who tried to destroy her. The gods eventually take pity on her plights and grant her immortality. She marries Cupid and they have a daughter, called Voluptas (Hedone in Greek mythology)

ALFRED DRURY 'THE AGE OF INNOCENCE', A MARBLE PORTRAIT BUST, 1914.

ALFRED DRURY 'THE AGE OF INNOCENCE', A MARBLE PORTRAIT BUST, 1914.

meninfinearts:  Torso of Écija “Gods, heroes and athletes: Body images in the Ancient Greece”  Photograph: MAR

meninfinearts: Torso of Écija “Gods, heroes and athletes: Body images in the Ancient Greece” Photograph: MAR

Barcelona Cemetery what a beautiful photo, she almost looks like she could sit up and look at you.

Barcelona Cemetery what a beautiful photo, she almost looks like she could sit up and look at you.

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875) bust La Candeur (“Candor”) marble

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875) bust La Candeur (“Candor”) marble

Let your tears flow and where they go let your sorrow follow. Dodinsky

Let your tears flow and where they go let your sorrow follow. Dodinsky

One of the many tombstones in the Slavin cemetery of Prague, Czech republic

One of the many tombstones in the Slavin cemetery of Prague, Czech republic

Cicero D Avila marble sculpture Redhead angel 2

Cicero D Avila marble sculpture Redhead angel 2

The illusion of transparent cloth from purple marble (The Veiled Virgin, by Giovanni Strazza, 1856) exquisite

The illusion of transparent cloth from purple marble (The Veiled Virgin, by Giovanni Strazza, 1856) exquisite