Artemis: goddess of girls,wildlife,the moon and the hunt

Artemis/Diana - virgin goddess of the wild. She was the daughter of Zeus and the Titaness Leto. Diana the Huntress (Guillaume Seignac)

Diana the Huntress Guillaume Seignac DIANA Noun. [Latin, the Roman moon goddess and patr.

Pierre-Auguste Cot | The Storm by Pierre-Auguste Cot (French, Bédarieux 1837–1883 Paris)

The Storm - Pierre-Auguste Cot (French, c. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887

Artémis - déesse de la chasse

Artemis, goddess of the moon, hunt, forest and animals - twin sister of Apollo and daughter of Zeus. *** "Diana of the Hunt" By Guillaume Seignac, c.

Diana the Melancholy, unknown artist, Pompei

ancient Roman fresco depicting the goddess Diana, the huntress, recovered from Vesuvian ash in Stabiae; she holds her symbolic attributes of a bow and arrow.

Artemis by Tsuyoshi Nagano

Artemis this is what she could have looked like. This picture is correct beacuse she is the goddess of the wild hunt. Also beacuse she has the moon in the back groung.


Lenoir, Charles-Amable - The Flute Player - Charles-Amable Lenoir - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sagittarius is the most expansive of all of the zodiac signs, and their optimistic outlook gives them plenty of good luck. Natives of this sign are happiest when they have plenty of freedom to pursue their dreams.

Breath Taking Sculptures by Mark Newman

My favorite major Greek god is Artemis. Artemis (Diana)-goddess of the moon, hunting and protectress of animals; Goddess of the wilderness, the hunt and wild animals, and fertility.


Celestial: Illustration by Shannon Stamey “The Stage” 2002 oil, colored pencil and charcoal on paper.

Charles Amable Lenoir (1860-1926) A Nymph In The Forest, Oil on canvas

A Nymph In The Forest realistic girl portraits Charles Amable Lenoir art for sale at Toperfect gallery. Buy the A Nymph In The Forest realistic girl portraits Charles Amable Lenoir oil painting in Factory Price. All Paintings are Satisfaction Guaranteed

The Accolade, Edward Leighton Blair. My wedding dress was based on this work.

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The Accolade, 1901 by Edmund Blair Leighton Another of those Romantic/Pre-Raphaelite paintings that make me swoon and get all mushy!

Le Morte d’Arthur (1910/1911) - Art by William Russell Flint

‘Le morte d'Arthur - the history of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the round table, volume II’ by Sir Thomas Malory; illustrated by William Russell Flint. Published 1921 by The Medici.