Thursday, 21 June 2007

REPRISE: 'Cupid and Psyche' - Antonio Canova

Antonio Canova's 'Cupid and Psyche.' 1796.

Portrayed is the moment when the messsenger of love, Cupid himself, flies down and wakes his own love from eternal slumber -- doing so, naturally, with a kiss.

What else would possibly do?

TAGS: Art, Sculpture

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Blogger libertyscott said...

And you have to see it for real to appreciate how incredibly beautiful it is, and I have.

4 May 2006, 00:21:00  
Blogger Insolent Prick said...

Psyche has extremely small breasts. Pretty androgenous, really. Homo suspect rating: 7.4/10

21 Jun 2007, 10:41:00  
Blogger Julian said...

On a similar theme, see this one by Daniel Chester French:
The Sons of God Saw the Daughters of Man That They were Fair

21 Jun 2007, 12:28:00  

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