What’s not interesting about a statue depicting a Greek hero triumphantly holding the severed head of a creature that turns people into stone statues!? (My how the tables have turned….) Antonio Canova had the right idea when he did exactly that! Let’s look… Read More
Greek, Greek Mythology, NYC, Percy Jackson, The Met
Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek mythology, Antonio Canova, art history, Caravaggio, Cellini, Greek heroes, italian, Louvre Beauty and the Bestiary, Medusa, Neoclassical, Percy Jackson, Perseus, Perseus with the Head of Medusa, THATMuse, The Met
What do you know of Bacchus and Ariadne’s love-struck tale? Lucky for us, Titian, an Italian artist, sets (or paints) the scene!
Italy, National Gallery
Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek mythology, Ancient Romans, Ancient Rome, art, art history, Bacchus and Ariadne, Constellations, Italian Painting, London, Mythology, National Gallery, Percy Jackson, satyrs, Silenus, THATMuse, Titian
The Percy Jackson series tells the stories of the half-mortal / half-god children (called demigods) of the ancient Greek Mythology. The story follows Percy, son of Poseidon, and his friends at Camp Half Blood, which is the only… Read More
Bloomsbury, british museum, corporate events, corporate team building, greece, Greek Mythology, Kids, London, Percy Jackson, team building, treasure hunts