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Calvert, Edward, (1799-1883), Ulysses and the Sirens, 1850, Oil

Calvert, Edward, (1799-1883), Ulysses and the Sirens, 1850, Oil

Two human/bird hybrids; from Feudal Custom of Aragon; ca. 1290-1310

Two human/bird hybrids; from Feudal Custom of Aragon; ca. 1290-1310

The Siren (1864). Sir Edward Poynter (British, 1836-1919). Oil on canvas.  The Sirens were three sea nymphs who lured sailors to their death with a bewitching song. Argonauts passed by unharmed with the help of Orpheus, the poet drowning out their music with his song. Odysseus also sailed by, bound tightly to the mast, his men blocking their ears with wax. The Sirens were so distressed to see a man hear their song and yet escape, that they threw themselves into the sea and drowned.

The Siren (1864). Sir Edward Poynter (British, 1836-1919). Oil on canvas. The Sirens were three sea nymphs who lured sailors to their death with a bewitching song. Argonauts passed by unharmed with the help of Orpheus, the poet drowning out their music with his song. Odysseus also sailed by, bound tightly to the mast, his men blocking their ears with wax. The Sirens were so distressed to see a man hear their song and yet escape, that they threw themselves into the sea and drowned.

Wall painting of Ulysses and the Sirens  (The Odyssey) Roman, mid-1st century AD From Pompeii, Italy

Wall painting of Ulysses and the Sirens (The Odyssey) Roman, mid-1st century AD From Pompeii, Italy

1829, "Odysseus and the Sirens" - Alexander Bruckmann (1806 – 1852) . Oil on canvas.

1829, "Odysseus and the Sirens" - Alexander Bruckmann (1806 – 1852) . Oil on canvas.

File:The Sirens and Ulysses by William Etty, 1837.jpg

File:The Sirens and Ulysses by William Etty, 1837.jpg

Ulysses and the Sirens, JW Waterhouse. It is important to note that the sirens were traditionally depicted as crow-women, noting their connection to the Morrigan and making a link from Morrigan myth to mermaids.

Ulysses and the Sirens, JW Waterhouse. It is important to note that the sirens were traditionally depicted as crow-women, noting their connection to the Morrigan and making a link from Morrigan myth to mermaids.

(BLMedieval Sloane MS 278, 1280-1300) “A mermaid found a swimming lad, Picked him up for her own, Pressed her body to his body, Laughed; and plunging down Forgot in cruel happiness That even lovers drown.”― W.B. Yeats

(BLMedieval Sloane MS 278, 1280-1300) “A mermaid found a swimming lad, Picked him up for her own, Pressed her body to his body, Laughed; and plunging down Forgot in cruel happiness That even lovers drown.”― W.B. Yeats