Veronese Paolo. Diana. Art print on canvas
Veronese Paolo. Diana. Art print on canvas

Veronese Paolo. Diana. Art print on canvas

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Author Paolo Veronese (1528 -1588)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Museum of original From collection of the Hermitage museum
Genres Fairy Genre Tale
Countries The Italyan Art
Epochs Art about 17th Centuries
Subjects Myths and Legends
Date of Origin 1560
Size of original, cm 28x16
Diana (Rom., Gr. Ц Artemis) is the daughter of Jupiter and Latona, the goddess of hunting, the mistress of animals, and also the goddess of the Moon identified sometimes with Selena (Luna). In works of art Diana is most frequently presented armed with a bow, with a quiver at her back, followed by her dogs or a doe. As the moon goddess, Diana was depicted with a crescent on her head with torches in her hands and wearing long clothes.

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Veronese Paolo. Diana. Fine art print A2
Veronese Paolo. Diana. Fine art postcard A6
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