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The Origin of Sculpture
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Crotos

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Pygmalion Praying Venus to Animate His Statue

1786

painting

Material used : oil paint - canvas

height : 120 centimetre – width : 140 centimetre

Inventory number : MV 7140

Collection : Museum of the History of France

Location : Grand appartement de la reine - Palace of Versailles - Salon des Nobles

Movement : neoclassicism

Genre : mythological painting - overdoor - nude

Based on : Pygmalion and Galatea

Subject heading : art of sculpture - Pygmalion and Galatea

Depicts : Pygmalion - prayer - man - sculptor - chestnut hair - drapery - mallet - Galatea - statue - woman - nudity - sitting - bird - breast - pedestal - rose - brasero - smoke - cupola - low-angle shot - clothed male, naked female - gynoid - chignon - rotunda

Danaë and the Shower of Gold
Danaë and the Shower of Gold
Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller - Nationalmuseum
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Crotos

1787

painting

Material used : oil paint - canvas

height : 150 centimetre – width : 190 centimetre

Inventory number : NM 1767

Collection : Nationalmuseum

Location : Nationalmuseum

Movement : neoclassicism

Genre : mythological painting - nude

Depicts : Danaë - woman - nudity - Cupid - Eros - putto - quiver - bird's wing - bedroom - bed - drapery - bed sheet - blanket - pillow - lying - chestnut hair - long hair - vespaio - pearl - eyebrow - rosacea - smile - armpit - breast - areola - nipple - umbilicus - hip - toe - Zeus - Jupiter - rain - shower of gold

Jupiter and Thetis
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Crotos

1811

painting

Material used : oil paint

height : 327 centimetre – width : 260 centimetre

Collection : Musée Granet

Location : Musée Granet

Movement : neoclassicism

Genre : mythological painting - nude

Based on : Greek mythology

Depicts : toplessness - kneeling - sitting - male toplessness - breast - umbilicus - beard - black hair - long hair - diadem - chestnut hair - sandal - barefoot - eagle - sky - cloud - drapery - throne - couple - Jupiter - Thetis

Pymalion forelsket i sin statue
Pymalion forelsket i sin statue
Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson - Louvre Museum
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fr Crotos

1819

painting

Material used : oil paint - canvas

height : 253 centimetre – width : 202 centimetre

Inventory number : RF 2002-4

Collection : Louvre Museum - Department of Paintings of the Louvre

Location : Denon Wing - Louvre Palace - Room 702

exhibition : Salon of 1819

Movement : neoclassicism

Genre : mythological painting - nude

Based on : Pygmalion and Galatea

Subject heading : art of sculpture - Pygmalion and Galatea

Inspired by : Antonio Canova

Depicts : Pygmalion - Galatea - Cupid - Eros - man - woman - statue - sculptor - clothed male, naked female - glabrousness - umbilicus - contrapposto - standing - clothing in ancient Rome - toga - smoke - chignon - drapery - blond - chestnut hair - sandal - rose - love - sky - Roman temple - gynoid - eye contact

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