Understanding Paintings: Bible Stories and Classical Myths in Art
For centuries, Bible stories and ancient Greek and Roman mythology were the main subjects of Western art. Old Masters such as Titian, Rubens, Rembrandt, and countless others rendered these stirring, poignant and often erotic tales on panel or canvas. Here, Patrick de Rynck examines over 200 of these works.
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Achilles 22 Adam and Eve 24 Anna and Joachim 34
Apollo 38 Arachne 44 Babel 46 Bacchus and Ariadne 48
Belshazzar 52 Cambyses 54 Cephalus and Procris 56 Ceres 60
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