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Throne of King Minos in the palace of Knossos, Crete. Alabaster frescoes (late 15th BCE)

Throne of King Minos in the palace of Knossos, Crete. Alabaster frescoes (late BCE) Heavily reconstructed: only original fresco is the two plants to the right of the throne.

the throne of king minos at knossos palace, crete, greece. it was build 2600b.c., so its 4.600 years of history.

Throne Room: detail of throne. The main shrine may have been in what is now called the 'throne room' w/ the throne being used by a priest-ess rather than a King as Evans imagined. This throne is probably the oldest known throne in Europe

Bernard Picart, The Fall of Icarus: Le temple des Muses, 1731.

Bernard Picart, The Fall of Icarus: Le temple des Muses, 1731.

Daedalus

Daedalus

Pieter Bruegel, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (detail), 1560s

Pieter Bruegel, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (detail),

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (Detail), c.1558.

tierradentro: “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus" (detail), Pieter Bruegel the Elder. *what art period is this?

Draper Herbert James Mourning for Icarus: In 1894 begon Draper aan zijn belangrijkste scheppingsperiode, tijdens welke hij vooral thema’s uit de (veelal Griekse) mythologie schilderde, op groot formaat. Zijn in 1898 geschilderde werk "The Lament for Icarus" won in 1900 tijdens de wereldtentoonstelling te Parijs een gouden medaille.

The Lament for Icarus -Herbert James Draper 1898 -Located: Tate Britain, London This painting shows the now dead Icarus surrounded by nymphs as the lament his death. Here Icarus is portrayed with massive wings which are both fully intact.