Herse and her sisters with Hermes William Kent
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Herse and her sisters with Hermes
Mythological scene depicting Ovid's version of the Herse story. A procession of votaries carry wine, food, flowers and a sacrificial white bull to a statue of Athene, in a round temple dias. Herse, to the left as viewed, faces the statue while Hermes (Mercury, who falls in love with her) flies overhead.
Original: oil on canvas, 4205x4205mm. 1718
- Image reference: RS-9690
- The Royal Society
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