Kasia Makarewicz

Kasia Makarewicz

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Hair or corsage ornament; bloomed and chased three-colour gold; set with diamonds; form: large spray of mixed flowers; diamond-set butterfly mounted on trembler spring. Pansies, left: lower petal green with three gold bands, side petal green with one gold band. right: lower petal green with gold tip. Butterfly wings: 'eyes' with diamond surrounded by green on gold. Underside of wings chased and engraved with legs separate. Body green.

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From Wikiwand: Group of Zeus and Ganymede

Late Archaic Greek terracotta statue of Zeus and Ganymede. Courtesy currently located at the Olympia Archaeological Museum, Greece. Photo taken by Joanbanjo.

Bronze relief of a veiled woman riding a sea-goat. Period: Late Classical or Early Hellenistic. Date: 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Bronze. Copyright © 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bronze relief of a veiled woman riding a sea-goat. Period: Late Classical or Early Hellenistic. Copyright © 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Loutrophoros,  South Italian red figure ware, Apulia, South Italy, 330  BCE Elegantly decorated with narrative zones: upper  scene of Zeus, Aphrodite, Cupid; lower  scene of seduction of Leda by Zeus as a swan with Hypnos (sleep)  nearby. This type of vase was used for the ritual wedding bath; it was  also a grave marker for unmarried women.  Credits: Ann Raia, 2007.

Loutrophoros, South Italian red figure ware, Apulia, South Italy, 330 BCE Elegantly decorated with narrative zones: upper scene of Zeus, Aphrodite, Cupid; lower scene of seduction of Leda by Zeus as a swan with Hypnos (sleep) nearby. This type of vase was used for the ritual wedding bath; it was also a grave marker for unmarried women. Credits: Ann Raia, 2007.

Leda and the Swan (Symbol of Zeus) -  Lekythos Terracotta, Attica period, ancient Greek religion, circa 4th century BC, at the Louvre Museum

Leda and the Swan (Symbol of Zeus) - Lekythos Terracotta, Attica period, ancient Greek religion, circa century BC, at the Louvre Museum

10 Famous Ancient Greek Vases Paintings - Ancient Civilizations

10 famous Red-figure pottery of Ancient Greek Ancient Greek vases have been found in the century B., when Greek pottery used to be traded from one region of Greece to… Continue Reading →

Relief depicting the mock abduction marriage ritual between the mortal Peleus and the sea nymph Thetis, future parents of Achilles Greek 490-470 BCE possibly from the Cyclades found in the Fikellura Cemetery on Kamiros, Rhodes

Relief depicting the mock abduction marriage ritual between the mortal Peleus and the sea nymph Thetis, future parents of Achilles Greek BCE possibly from the Cyclades found in the Fikellura Cemetery on Kamiros, Rhodes by proteamundi

Detail of "Borghese Vase" Satyr and Maenads - circa 1st c. BCE, Neo-Attic work - at the Louvre Museum

Detail of "Borghese Vase" Satyr and Maenads - circa c. BCE, Neo-Attic work - at the Louvre Museum

Votive Plaque: Europa and the Bull in the Princeton University Art Museum. Greek, South Italy or Sicily, ca. 475-450 BC  Painted terracotta.

Votive Plaque, Europa and the Bull - from South Sicily, circa BC Painted The story of Zeus and Europa in Greek mythology terracotta - at the Princeton University Art Museum