Muse art

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Terpsichore  - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

Terpsichore - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

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Tara Ricker
Urania, Muse of Astronomy, from the Goddesses of the Greeks and Romans series (N188) issued by Wm. S. Kimball & Co., Issued by William S. Kimball & Company, Commercial color lithograph Greek Mythology, Art, Greek Gods, Art Deco, Museums, Deities, Ancient Greek Art, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Greek Mythology Gods

Urania, Muse of Astronomy, from the Goddesses of the Greeks and Romans series (N188) issued by Wm. S. Kimball & Co., Issued by William S. Kimball & Company, Commercial color lithograph

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Sara Schechner