Greek Mythology 

This gallery includes the works of famous Greek Gods and Goddesses. This gallery also includes famous artwork of Greek monsters. 

This oil on canvas painting is one of the wonderful works of Caravaggio. This monster from Greek Mythology has snakes for hair, and anyone who looked her in the eyes was turned to stone.
As the God of Sun and the Music, Apollo is standing tall in this statue by John Cheere. Apollo is the twin brother of Artemis, the Goddess of chastity and the hunt.
The Minotaur, a human with the head of a bull, is depicted here in a calmer mood than he is usually seen in. Although he is calmer, the sun is reflecting off of the minotaur showing his strong body.
Here we see the mythological centaur, Chiron, teaching the God Achilles. It is believed that the centaur raised Achilles from infancy.
Hercules is the Roman equivalent of the Greek God, Heracles. This son of Zeus is depicted here with a club. The statue shows a strong, muscular guy and that accurately depicts the Hercules we know.
Here is a painting of Poseidon and the sea-nymph, Amphitrite, that he fell madly in love with.
Aphrodite is the Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Aphrodite's power was to provoke the essence of desire, and this statuette definitely provokes that with the proportional body.
Artemis, the Goddess of the hunt is shown here with some members of her hunt. The nudity of the figures shows that she was also a Goddess of chastity and virginity with the comfortably of them.
This painting is the birth of the Goddess Venus, or the Greek Aphrodite. The figure depicting Aphrodite shows the true beauty that she was.
The God Hercules fights of the Hydra from Lerna. The art on this plate shows the muscular back and legs that Hercules had.
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