Goddess of Love, sex, & Beauty by tanya Lebrun

This art gallery is about Roman Mythology Goddess of love Venus. These paintings are during the year of 1508-1635. You will see paintings of Venus's beauty, her love for Cupid, and her seduction for her lover Adonis. 

This painting depicts of Venus being born into an adult. Venus is surround by Gods, Goddess and her children. The artist used movement and emphasis to create an illusion of the Gods and Goddess cheering and celebrating Venus's birth. The artwork visually reflects to my theme by the love that Venus shares with everyone.
The painting depicts Venus in the sea grabbing her hair. The artist used emphasis by creating contrast in the background and making Venus's beauty stand out.
This painting shows pure love that Venus has for her son Cupid. The artist in this painting emphasis on both Venus and Cupid's bond of a mother's love for her child. This artwork visually reflects on my theme because Venus is the Goddess of love and she has a special bond with her child.
The painting shows Venus and her lover Adonis being in love and happy. The artist used movement and proportion giving the painting a structure to the viewers that she was in love. This artwork visually reflects to my theme as a sense of seduction towards Adonis.
This painting depicts of Venus laying down on some sort of bed, with blue sheets while Cupid fans her with feathers which Venus seems to be enjoying. The artist used contrast to darken the background to give focus to the lighter parts of Venus's beauty. The beauty of Venus visually reflects to my theme.
The painting depicts Venus's love for her son Cupid. The painting's shape that the artist created were organic and dynamic giving it the illusion that Cupid flew to Venus for comfort. This artwork visually reflects my theme by showing the love Venus has for her son.
The painting shows Venus heartbroken that her lover Adonis is gone. The artist of this painting used contrast and dynamic to focus on Venus's pain of a broken-heart. Gives you the illusion of her being devastated and unsteady. This artwork visually reflects to my theme by showing how much Venus loved her lover Adonis.
This painting depicts of Cupid (Venus's son) is trying to get Venus's attention by pulling on her cloak. The artist uses contrast to focus on Venus's beauty along with her son by her side. This reflects my theme by showing the beauty of Venus.
The painting depicts of Venus sleeping under a tree with a few blankets on a hill. The artist once again used emphasis to focus on the beauty of Venus as she sleeps peacefully. This artwork visually reflects to my theme by showing the beauty of Venus.
This painting depicts of Venus looking at herself in the mirror with her two sons beside her. The artist used contrast and emphasis to make the painting darker in the background and to focus on Venus's beauty through the mirror. This artwork visually reflects well with the theme of my gallery due to showing Venus's beauty.
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