Category Archives: Goddess

Guanyin

Dehua porcelain. Qing Dynasty. MANUFACTURED Dehua, China DATING 1800-1900 number

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Tree Spirit Deity (Yakshi)

1st–2nd century Culture:India (Uttar Pradesh, Mathura region) the met

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Mould with a goddess

Greek, East Greek Place of Manufacture: Turkey, Ephesos MFA, BOSTON

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Parvati, sometimes called Uma

Kashmir, India Medium Copper alloy with silver inlay Dimensions H 8 3/4 x W 5 1/8 x D 2 1/8 in. Credit Rubin Museum of Art

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The Birth of Venus

George Spencer Watson (1869–1934) Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

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Figure of Syama Tara (Green or Dark Tara)

Tibet, 17th century AD Cast copper alloy (bronze?) with gilding, pigment and inlaid with turquoise and coral

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Aurora and Cephalus

GUÉRIN, Pierre-Narcisse 1810 Oil on canvas, 254 x 186 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

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Venus and Cupid

Thomas Faed (1825/1826–1900) Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC)

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Venus

PALMA VECCHIO c. 1520 Oil on canvas, 113 x 186 cm Gemäldegalerie, Dresden

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The Townley Venus

Roman; 1stC-2ndC; Ostia The British Museum Kypris keeps this spot. She loves to be here, Always looking out From the land over The brilliant sea. She Brings the sailors good Voyage, and the sea Quivers in awe of Her gleaming … Continue reading

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