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ancient greek sculpture The Discobolus statue- Discus Thrower National Museum of Rome Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Greek Statues, Ancient Greece, Angel Statues, Roman Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Romaine, Discus Thrower


"Discobolus" by Greek sculptor Myron, one of the most famous masterpieces of the classical period

William Blake, Elohim Creating Adam, color print finished in pen and watercolor, 1795 - elohim is plural William Blake, Famous Watercolor Artists, Pen And Watercolor, Watercolor Illustration, Watercolor Painting, Watercolors, Dat Adam, Romanticism Artists, Romanticism Paintings

‘Elohim Creating Adam’, William Blake, 1795–c.1805 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Elohim Creating Adam’, William Blake, 1795–c.1805 Elohim is a Hebrew name for God. This picture illustrates the Book of Genesis: ‘And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground’. Adam is shown growing out of the earth, a piece of which Elohim holds in his left hand. For Blake the God of the Old Testament was a false god. He believed the Fall of Man took place not in the Garden of Eden, but at the time of creation shown here, when man was dragged from the spiritual…

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Dream of a Flea William Blake. Factoid: William Blake once worked in John Raphael Smith's mezzotint engraving and printing business. William Blake Paintings, William Blake Art, Art And Illustration, Scary Paintings, English Poets, Peter Paul Rubens, Ouvrages D'art, Caravaggio, Tate Gallery

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