Arthur Hacker (1858-1919) - Persephone
"Victorian angel wings. Apparently, all the beading and sequins were sewn on by nuns, so that the wings could be used by children performing in church nativity plays."
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Sts Cecilia, Valerianus and Tiburtius
Oil on canvas, 350 x 218 cm
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
Heracles, Deianira, and Nessus by Bartholomeus Spranger
oil on canvas
The Winged Personification of Fortune on a Wheel. circa. 1550. The Florentine School. oil on panel.
Jean Antoine Houdon (1741 - 1828) Statue of Morpheus
Paul Gustave Doré, “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe; Plate 3 - ANATKH (Inevitability)