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The Daughters Of Pelias Asking Medea To Rejuvenate Their Father, By Charles-Édouard Chaise (c....

This painting, by the French artist Charles-Édouard Chaise (c. 1759-1798), recreates an early scene from one of the most notorious myths about the mythological...

Alcestis and Admetus, by Gerard Hoet I (c. 1648 – 1733)

This painting, by Gerard Hoet I (c. 1648 – 1733), was inspired by stories about the ancient Greek myth of Alcestis (daughter of King...

The Myth Of Medea Being Criminally Cleared For Killing A King And Princess Of...

In ancient Greek mythology, Medea was an occult-inclined princess from the Black Sea city of Colchis who betrayed her people and her family after...

The Poisoning Of Glauce And Creon, Painted By Jean-François de Troy (c. 1679 -1752)

This painting, by the French artist Jean-François de Troy (c. 1679 -1752), re-creates one of the murderous scenes from the catastrophic end of the...

Alcestis on the Banks of the Styx, by Albert Edelfelt (c. 1854-1905)

This painting, by the Finnish painter Albert Edelfelt (c. 1854-1905), was inspired by stories about the ancient Greek mythological figure, Alcestis. She was the...

The Battle Of The Soldiers Born Of The Serpent’s Teeth, Painted By Jean-François de...

This painting, by the French artist Jean-François de Troy (c. 1679 -1752), depicts an ancient Greek tale of a brawl between magical warriors who...

Jason And Medea, Painted By John William Waterhouse (1849–1917)

This painting, by the English artist John William Waterhouse (1849–1917), depicts two ill-fated lovers from Greek legend and mythology. On the right, the armed...

10 Legendary Figures From Ancient Greek Folklore And Mythology

  (Guest Article) Numerous heroes, due to their super-human strength, cunning and courage, were worshipped as gods or demigods. Their diligence in doing their duty for...