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Historical art prints featuring gods and goddesses from Greek mythology

Bring your decor back to life with historical art prints of gods, goddesses and other heroes, myths and creatures of ancient Greek mythology..  This collection of art and art illustrations features gods and goddesses from Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty to Zeus who was often referred to as “Father of Gods and men".

Choose from 299 pictures in our Greek Mythology Decor Prints collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Fine Art Storehouse.


Greek sculpture art (Olympia and Pergamon), wood engravings, published 1897 Featured Greek Mythology Decor Prints Print

Greek sculpture art (Olympia and Pergamon), wood engravings, published 1897

Greek sculpture art from Olympia and Pergamon, Greece: 1) East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 470 - 456 BCE (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 2) Nike, statue from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, about 420 BC (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 3) Head of Deidameia from the West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 470 - 456 BCE (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 4) Metope with Atlas retrieving the Apples of Hesperides for Hercules, relief from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, 470-457 BC; 5) Head of Apollon from the West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 470 - 456 BCE (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 6) Hermes and the Infant Dionysos by Praxiteles, ca. 340 BC (Archaeological museum of Olympia); 7) Zeus fighting three Giants, Detail of a relief from the Pergamon Altar (today Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany); 8) Bronze head of a boxer (about 330 - 320 BC), found at Olympia (today National Archaeological Museum of Athens); 9) Athena and Nike fight Alkyoneus (left), Gaia rises up from the ground (right), Detail of a relief from the Pergamon Altar (today Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany). Wood engravings, published in 1897

European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897 Featured Greek Mythology Decor Prints Print

European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897

European sculpture art in the 19th century: 1) Daydream, sculpture (1853) by Patrick MacDowell (British sulptor, 1799 - 1870), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen; 2) Argos the dog and Odysseus, sculpture (1855) by Lawrence Macdonald (Scottish sculptor, 1799 - 1878); 3) Equestrian statue (1851) of Frederick the Great by Christian Daniel Rauch (German sculptor, 1777 - 1857), Unter den Linden, Berlin; 4) Sarcophagus (1812) of Queen Louisa of Prussia by Christian Daniel Rauch, Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin; 5) Victoria, sculpture (1837/38) by Christian Daniel Rauch, Walhalla Memorial. Regensburg ; 6) Athena Protects the Young Hero, sculpture (1854) by Gustav Blaeser (German sculptor, 1813 - 1874), SchlossbrAOEcke Berlin; 7) Tomb of the Duchess of Leicester to Longford, sculpture by John Gibson (Welsh sculptor, 1790 - 1866); 8) Raphael, sculpture, by Ernst HA?hnel (1811 - 1891), Dresden; 9) St Georg, sculpture by Anton Dominik Fernkorn (German-Austraian sculptor, 1813 - 1878), Vienna; 10) Venus and cupid, figurine (1851) by Charles Auguste Fraikin (Belgian sculptor, 1817 - 1893); 11) Horse tamer, sculpture (1844/47) by Ludwig von Hofer (German sculptor, 1801 - 1887), Stuttgart; 12) Horse tamer, sculpture (1842), by Peter (Jakob) Clodt von JAOErgensburg (German-Baltic sculptor, 1805 - 1867), Kleistpark, Berlin. Wood engravings, published in 1897

Greek goddess Helios Featured Greek Mythology Decor Prints Print

Greek goddess Helios

Greek goddess Helios
Helios was one of the Titans, son of Hyperion and Theia. He was the personification of the Sun and his sisters were the goddesses Selene ( the Moon ) and Eos (the Dawn)
Original edition from my own archives
Source : Illustrierte Mythologie, Spamer 1879

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