'A herald put the beautifully wrought lyre in the hands of Phemios, who sang for the suitors, because they made him. He played his lyre and struck up a fine song. Meanwhile Telemachos talked to Athene of the grey eyes.' Phemios entertains the suitors Engraving and etching on paper John Flaxman 1805 Tate Gallery
Saturno y sus hijos, 1794. John FLAXMAN (1755 – 1826) was a British sculptor and draughtsman, and a leading figure in British and European Neoclassicism. Early in his career he worked as a modeller for Josiah Wedgwood's pottery. He spent several years in Rome, where he produced his first book illustrations. He was a prolific maker of funerary monuments.