RMDYEDJA–Psyche Revived by the Kiss of Love 1757. Marble Statue
RMA6Y0B4–Antonio Canova in his studio with Henry Tresham and a plaster model for the Cupid and Psyche sculpture.
RMCTDYYA–Statue of Psyche and Eros, Villa Carlotta, Tremezzo, Lake Como, Northern Italy, Europe
RF2H5CXR7–According to Greek and Roman mythology, Cupid (Eros to the Greeks) was the god of love. His mother, Venus (Aphrodite), was jealous of Psyche, a mortal princess, and sent Cupid to shoot her with a love arrow that would make her fall in love with a horrible creature. By accident, Cupid pricked himself as he did so and reversed the effect on Psyche. Venus tried unsuccessfully to keep the two apart. Finally, Cupid and Pysche were allowed to marry, and Psyche was granted immortality. Here Pysche looks at Cuopid asleep – myth says a drop of the hot wax from the candle fell on Cupid, awakened him, a
RME8G17W–Antonio Canova's sculpture 'Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss' Musee du Louvre, Paris France
RMB8EN6F–The Psyché of Capua
RMA1D1TB–Eros and Psyche, from Antonio Canova. Louvre Museum, Paris. France
RME8F7GH–Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche, detail. Artist: Romano, Giulio (1499-1546)
RME01NRN–William Bouguereau The Abduction of Psyche
RMENTABW–ActiveMuseum 0005947.jpg / The awakening of Psyche 05/12/2013 - / 19th century Collection / Active Museum
RMFF9BC2–ROMANO: LOVE AND PSYCHE. /n'Wedding Banquet of Love and Psyche.' Detail from fresco by Guilio Romano. Ducal Palace, Mantua, c1530-34.
RMPYNDYJ–Psyche Mirror by Berthe Morisot (1841-1895), oil on canvas, 1876
RM2AJY6E6–Berthe Morisot, painting, The Psyche mirror, 1876
RMMC85MT–GREEK MYTHOLOGY Cupid and Psyche Engraving by Roffe after the bas relief sculpture by J Gibson of 'Cupid and Psyche', formerly in the collection of Queen Victoria
RMERHGB4–Psyche borne off by Zepyrys', engraving from William Morris' . Illustration from Manifesto for the founding of Kelmscott Press, part of the Arts & Crafts Movement. English writer, poet, and designer. 24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896. Drawn by Edward Burne-Jones
RMJPWWDK–EDWARD BURNE-JONES (1833-1898) English artist. 'Pan and Psyche' from 1872
RMD883CG–Eros And Psyche
RMDYEDJ9–Psyche Revived by the Kiss of Love 1757. Marble Statue
RMPKPFH0–Rome. Italy. Sculpture of Cupid embracing Psyche (4th century A.D), . Museo Archeologico Ostiense, Ostia Antica. From the Domus of Cupid and Psyche (1
RMC021DM–Cupid and Psyche, 1789, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Courtauld Gallery, Somerset House, London, England, UK, United Kingdom, GB
RMETBHBN–Psyche, on her Quest to the Underworld, Gravure From Original Painting by Paul Alfred de Curzon, 1859
RMM6JT4W–Amor and Psyche, Gerard, Baron Francois, 1810.
RMB8EN6C–The Psyché of Capua End 3 Century B C
RMFHY8M0–Psyche Kiesel, sculpture
RMCT3YWX–Ostia Antica. House of Cupid and Psyche. 4th century AD. Italy.
RMGG595P–Bernard Lens - Cupid and Psyche
RMMKR1DJ–Psyche Greeted by Nymphs
RME52A0P–The wedding of Psyche and Love ( Cupid and Psyche )16th Century Anonymous Flemish Belgian Belgium
RMFF8P64–BURNE-JONES: PSYCHE. /n'Marriage Procession of Psyche.' Oil on canvas, 1895, by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.
RM2JGXRFB–Cupid and Psyche by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) , oil on canvas, 1789
RM2E1J1A3–Jacques-Louis David, Cupid and Psyche, drawing, 1813
RM2A603FX–Sculpture of 'Love and Psyche' by François-Nicolas Delaistre (1746-1832) a French sculptor. Dated 18th Century
RFCPTTWF–Cupid follows Aphrodite's command to 'shoot' Psyche, but he nicks himself with the arrow and falls for Psyche.
RMEX27AJ–Portrait of Psyche, mortal lover to Cupid or Amor, Roman god of love, on beryl from Lord Montague's collection. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Worlidge from James Vallentin's One Hundred and Eight Engravings from Antique Gems, 1863.
RMG38D16–Psyche is carried to Heaven
RMMR6B56–Psyche at the Throne of Venus; 1883. painted by Edward Matthew Hale. 1852-1924
RMPKPEHE–Rome. Italy. Sculpture of Cupid embracing Psyche (4th century A.D), . Museo Archeologico Ostiense, Ostia Antica. From the Domus of Cupid and Psyche (1
RMEE17DP–Amor and Psyche, 1638 Anthony van Dyck
RMMC6END–Mythology - Cupid and Psyche. Cupid embracing the Soul, Psyche. painting by J Uwins, engraved by I Stocks. The Art Journal, 1855
RMPEK0XY–Venus and Psyche, Raphael, Raffaello S.
RMG3BT9C–Mercury, 1517-1518, Loggia of Cupid and Psyche, Villa Farnesina, Rome, Italy, Europe
RMF6NT0F–Cupid and Psyche, statue, Italy
RMCT3YYT–Ostia Antica. House of Cupid and Psyche. 4th century AD. Opus sectile floor. Detail. Italy.
RMGG2255–Edward John Poynter - Psyche in the Temple of Love
RMMKN9CA–Venus and Psyche
RMHPTT6J–Amor and Psyche, 5th century BC - 1st century AD Greek Roman Terracotta Figurines
RM2HER5W7–Psyche and bed of Napoleon the First in the Chateau de Compiegne, France, in the style of the First Empire. From The Book of Decorative Furniture: Its Form, Colour, & History, Volume One, by Edwin Foley, publiished London 1910. A psyche is the dressing mirror as seen in the picture.
RM2H5FJ24–Cupid and Psyche by Giuseppe Crespi (1665-1747), oil on canvas, 1707/09
RME7CXDP–Rome. Italy. Capitoline Museums. Statue of Cupid and Psyche.
RMWKEN6J–William-Adolphe Bouguereau, The abduction of Psyche, painting, 1895
RMTXGH8G–Painting titled 'Psyche Rescued by Naiads from Drowing' by Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre (1714-1789) French painter, draughtsman and administrator. Dated 18th Century
RFCPTTWN–Cupid follows Aphrodite's command to 'shoot' Psyche, but he nicks himself with the arrow and falls for Psyche.
RMEX226E–Cupid and Psyche in veils led by putti with a torch, basket of fruit, to a stool for their wedding ceremony. Copperplate engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi after a design by Giovanni Battista Cipriani from 108 Plates of Antique Gems, 1860. The gems were from the Duke of Marlborough's collection.
RMG38D1A–Psyche asks Pan for advice
RMEC80TE–Marble statue of Cupid and Psyche by Francois-Nicolas Delaistre (1746-1832) a French sculptor.
RMCRCX4M–italy, rome, ostia antica, roman house of cupid and psyche (domus di amore e psiche)
RM2AK86G3–Cupid Pleading Venus to Forgive Psyche (1827) - Georges Rouget
RMMBD4E5–Greek Mythology - Psyche. Originally, in Greece, Psyche the soul was symbolizes as a bird or as a butterfly, in accordance with the mythological view of reincarnation. the statuary is based on a piece by Antonio Canova (1757-1822)
RMBJTT44–Cupid, Greek god of love, half length, with Psyche, wood engraving by Huyot after Delaistre,
RMG5WE8G–Cupid and Psyche, by Antonio Canova, 1796, Hermitage State Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
RMF5H022–Loggia of Psyche, Wedding Banquet, painting
RMCYYACR–Eros and psyche statue at Louvre Museum Paris France
RMF1D3AP–Anthony Van Dyck - Cupid and Psyche
RMMKMT3C–Venus and Psyche
RM2BN4AE9–Cupid L'Amour et Psyché - Cupid and Spyche 1817 Francois Edouard Picot France French
RMDYW61R–Bagworm Moth (Psyche casta), case, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
RM2A8PDTN–Cupid and Psyche by Jean Baptiste Regnault (1754-1829), oil on canvas, 1828
RM2H913D7–The Psyche Gallery stained glass window, chateau de Chantilly, Condée museum, Picardy, Oise, France.
RM2E1J19N–Cupid and Psyche, Neoclassical painting by Jacques-Louis David, 1817
RMEMP234–Roman sarcophagus. Severan period. 190-200 AD. Embracing figures of winged Eros and of Psyche.
RFCPTTXP–An eagle brings to Psyche the urn filled the water Venus had commanded Psyche to fetch—from the myth of Cupid and Psyche.
RMEX228A–Nuptials of Cupid and Psyche, overseen by Venus, Roman goddess of love. Wine jugs lie on the floor as Psyche relaxes and Cupid pulls a leopard cub by its tail. Copperplate engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi after a design by Giovanni Battista Cipriani from 108 Plates of Antique Gems, 1860. The gems were from the Duke of Marlborough's collection.
RMG38ARP–Pan is consulted by Psyche concerning her relationship with Cupid
RMG1CWDB–Sculpture of 'Love and Psyche' by François-Nicolas Delaistre (1746-1832) a French sculptor. Dated 18th Century
RMCRTWRF–italy, rome, ostia antica, roman house of cupid and psyche (domus di amore e psiche), statue
RM2B29DPK–Mercury carrying Psyche to Mount Olympus - Bartholomeus Spranger, circa 1600
RME5WFBT–Eros and Psyche, mosaic from Zeugma, Zeugma Mosaic Museum, Gaziantep, Southeastern Anatolia Region, Anatolia, Turkey
RMBJTR8M–Cupid, Greek god of love, half length, with Psyche, engraving after sculpture by Antonio Canova (1757-1822),
RMG3BW0F–Ceiling frescoes, 1517-1518, Loggia of Cupid and Psyche, Villa Farnesina, Rome, Italy, Europe
RMF5HP4Y–Statue of Cupid and Psyche , Florence, Italy
RMCYYAF4–Canova Eros and psyche statue at Louvre Museum Paris France
RMH481PH–Jacques-Louis David - Cupid and Psyche
RMMKKC84–The Abduction of Psyche
RMEBWX91–Psyche and Cupid by Victoria Martin de Campo painter neoclassical Cádiz 1794 - 1869 Spain Spanish
RMD160DJ–Tourists gaze upon Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss - Musée du Louvre, Paris
RM2AFBRDD–Cupid and Psyche by Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825), oil on canvas, 1817
RM2H913EH–The Psyche Gallery stained glass window, chateau de Chantilly, Condée museum, Picardy, Oise, France.
RMWKEN6M–William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Amor and Psyche, children, painting, 1890
RMFJNP1P–Psyche revived by Cupid's Kiss. Sculpture by Italian neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822). Marble, 1787. Louvre.
RFCPW7F5–An eagle brings to Psyche the urn filled the water Venus had commanded Psyche to fetch—from the myth of Cupid and Psyche.
RM2AXJTXM–Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). Flemish painter. Psyche, 1636. Museum of Fine Arts. A Coruña, Galicia, Spain.
RMG38BDG–Psyche is carried to the palace by the wind-god Zephyrus
RMEC852P–roman fresco showing Psyche with three cupids; From a house at Pompeii; Italy; 30 B.C. - 30 A.D.
RMD2N1TP–Kiss of Cupid and Psyche, statue by Antonio Canova, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe
RMJ03MP0–Rome. Italy. Ostia Antica. House of Cupid & Psyche, nymphaeum. Domus di Amore e Psiche, Ninfeo,
RMCRCG32–Ruins of Domus di Amore e Psiche, House of Cupid and Psyche, Ostia Antica archaeological site, ancient port city of Rome, Lazio
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