Albert Edelfelt. Detail from Queen Bianca, 1877.
Waterloo Bridge, Hazy Sunshine, 1903 ~ Claude Monet
There are many theories about the origin of the name of Pallas Athena but my favourite one is that Athena was in a close relationship with Pallas, the daughter of her guardian, Triton. One day when the two women were sparring Pallas was mortally wounded. In her sorrow, Athena created the palladium and took Pallas’ name as her own.
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But those colours are still useful to buy as they’re gorgeous.
“The Little Mermaid” by Ileana Surducan
Bloodlust by blaze wu
I shouldn’t have inked this on this flimsy paper.
John Singer Sargent (1856–1925)
Roses by Vincent van Gogh | La Jeune Martyre by Paul Delaroche | Mars & Venus, Allegory of Peace by Louis Jean François Lagrenée | The Woman in the Green Dress by Claude Monet | The King’s Daughter by Eduard Veith