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Jason Collection

"Jason: The Adventurous Hero in Search of the Golden Fleece" Embarking on a legendary quest, Jason set sail with his brave crew, the Argonauts

Background imageJason Collection: Medea and the Fleece

Medea and the Fleece
Medea, daughter of Aeetes king of Colchis who possesses the Golden Fleece, uses magic to send the guardian dragons to sleep, enabling her lover Jason to steal the Fleece

Background imageJason Collection: Jason & Golden Fleece

Jason & Golden Fleece
Jason and the Argonauts reach Colchis and find the Golden Fleece - but have to deal with its defenders before they can obtain it

Background imageJason Collection: Medea and Jason stealing the Golden Fleece

Medea and Jason stealing the Golden Fleece
Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology. Medea drugs a serpent while Jason prepares to kill it and steal the Golden Fleece. Venus and a winged youth stand at their side

Background imageJason Collection: Amy Johnson with her de Havilland DH60G Gipsy Moth G-aAH

Amy Johnson with her de Havilland DH60G Gipsy Moth G-aAH
Amy Johnson with her de Havilland DH60G Gipsy Moth, G-aAH, Jason, at Croydon Airport before her flight to Australia in 1930. Date: 1930

Background imageJason Collection: VOYAGE OF THE ARGONAUTS. Voyage of the Argonauts according to Greek mythology

VOYAGE OF THE ARGONAUTS. Voyage of the Argonauts according to Greek mythology

Background imageJason Collection: THE ARGO

THE ARGO
The Argo sails up the Bosphorus to the Black Sea, heading for Colchis where the Golden Fleece is kept

Background imageJason Collection: Jason & Argonauts

Jason & Argonauts
Jason and the Argonauts sail through the Symplegades, a pair of clashing rocks, but they lose their helmsman Tiphys in the process

Background imageJason Collection: The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. This small panel was part of the decoration of a cassone or wedding chest. According to an old description

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and Medeain the temple of Jupiter, 1745. Creator: Jean Francois de Troy

Jason and Medeain the temple of Jupiter, 1745. Creator: Jean Francois de Troy
Jason and Medeain the temple of Jupiter, 1745

Background imageJason Collection: Mythological scene with Ceyx and Alcyone transformed into kingfishers

Mythological scene with Ceyx and Alcyone transformed into kingfishers
3480612 Mythological scene with Ceyx and Alcyone transformed into kingfishers; (add.info.: Mythological scene with Ceyx and Alcyone transformed into kingfishers ('halcyons')

Background imageJason Collection: Amphion, 17th century (engraving)

Amphion, 17th century (engraving)
3480610 Amphion, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Greek mythology: Amphion. Engraving depicting Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses (1655)

Background imageJason Collection: The prizes taken at the Battle of Finisterre (line engraving)

The prizes taken at the Battle of Finisterre (line engraving)
1579715 The prizes taken at the Battle of Finisterre (line engraving); (add.info.: Line engraving of the prizes taken at the Battle of Finisterre)

Background imageJason Collection: Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving)

Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving)
3480611 Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Greek mythology: Arion an Dionysiac poet credited with inventing the dithyramb)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses, 17th century (engraving)

Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses, 17th century (engraving)
3480555 Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Engraving depicting Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses (1655)

Background imageJason Collection: Phineus; king of Thrace and seer who appears in accounts of the Argonauts voyage

Phineus; king of Thrace and seer who appears in accounts of the Argonauts voyage, 17th century (engraving)
3480609 Phineus; king of Thrace and seer who appears in accounts of the Argonauts voyage, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Greek mythology)

Background imageJason Collection: The Chimera was, according to Greek mythology, a monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature of Lycia

The Chimera was, according to Greek mythology, a monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature of Lycia in Asia Minor
3480607 The Chimera was, according to Greek mythology, a monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature of Lycia in Asia Minor, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: The Chimera was)

Background imageJason Collection: Atlas supporting the sky, 17th century (engraving)

Atlas supporting the sky, 17th century (engraving)
3480606 Atlas supporting the sky, 17th century (engraving); (add.info.: Atlas supporting the sky. Engraving depicting Jason and the Argonuats from Tableaux du temple des muses (1655)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and the Argonauts sail through the Symplegades (Clashing Rocks)

Jason and the Argonauts sail through the Symplegades (Clashing Rocks)
3480509 Jason and the Argonauts sail through the Symplegades (Clashing Rocks); (add.info.: Jason and the Argonauts sail through the Symplegades (Clashing Rocks)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason, between c1608 and c1609. Creator: Unknown

Jason, between c1608 and c1609. Creator: Unknown
Jason, between c1608 and c1609

Background imageJason Collection: Jason Putting the Dragon to Sleep, published 1606. Creators: Antonio Tempesta, Wilhelm Janson

Jason Putting the Dragon to Sleep, published 1606. Creators: Antonio Tempesta, Wilhelm Janson
Jason Putting the Dragon to Sleep, published 1606. From The Metamorphoses of Ovid, pl. 62

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and the Dragon, between circa 1663 and circa 1664. Creator: Salvator Rosa

Jason and the Dragon, between circa 1663 and circa 1664. Creator: Salvator Rosa
Jason and the Dragon, between circa 1663 and circa 1664

Background imageJason Collection: History of Jason and Medea, c1565. Creator: Giulio Bonasone

History of Jason and Medea, c1565. Creator: Giulio Bonasone
History of Jason and Medea, c1565

Background imageJason Collection: Jason Promises His Hand to Medea, published 1606. Creators: Antonio Tempesta, Wilhelm Janson

Jason Promises His Hand to Medea, published 1606. Creators: Antonio Tempesta, Wilhelm Janson
Jason Promises His Hand to Medea, published 1606. From The Metamorphoses of Ovid, pl. 61

Background imageJason Collection: The Building of the Argo, 1901-1911. Creator: Antoon Derkinderen

The Building of the Argo, 1901-1911. Creator: Antoon Derkinderen
The Building of the Argo, 1901-1911

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and Medea, n.d. Creator: Master I.B

Jason and Medea, n.d. Creator: Master I.B
Jason and Medea, n.d

Background imageJason Collection: Jason and the Dragon, c. 1663/1664. Creator: Salvator Rosa

Jason and the Dragon, c. 1663/1664. Creator: Salvator Rosa
Jason and the Dragon, c. 1663/1664

Background imageJason Collection: Créüse consumée par la robe empoisonnée, between 1742 and 1743. Creator: Jean Francois de Troy

Créüse consumée par la robe empoisonnée, between 1742 and 1743. Creator: Jean Francois de Troy
Creuse consumee par la robe empoisonnee, between 1742 and 1743. Creusa killed by the poisoned robe. Medea, having been repudiated by Jason, gave him a robe steeped in poison for his bride

Background imageJason Collection: Le Combat des soldats nés des dents du serpent, between 1742 and 1743

Le Combat des soldats nés des dents du serpent, between 1742 and 1743. Creator: Jean Francois de Troy
Le Combat des soldats nes des dents du serpent, between 1742 and 1743. Combat of soldiers born from dragon's teeth. An army of soldiers emerges from the earth after Jason planted the teeth of a

Background imageJason Collection: Portrait of a Married Couple as Medea and Jason (Leonhard Winnincx and Helena van Heuvel?), 1664

Portrait of a Married Couple as Medea and Jason (Leonhard Winnincx and Helena van Heuvel?), 1664. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageJason Collection: Medea Returning the Penates to Jason. Creator: Georg Pencz

Medea Returning the Penates to Jason. Creator: Georg Pencz
Medea Returning the Penates to Jason

Background imageJason Collection: Venus riding a conch at left and cowering man (Jason) at right, Eros riding a makes... ca

Venus riding a conch at left and cowering man (Jason) at right, Eros riding a makes... ca. 1530-50. Creator: Anon
Venus riding a conch at left and cowering man (Jason) at right, Eros riding a makeshift boat holding a bow between them, ca. 1530-50

Background imageJason Collection: Gregory Bauge & Jason Kenny

Gregory Bauge & Jason Kenny
Gregory Bauge and Jason Kenny France and Great Britain London 2012 Olympic Games, Cycling, Mens Sprint Stratford, London, England 06 August 2012 Date: 06 August 2012

Background imageJason Collection: Sacrifice of Pelia to Neptune, while Jason crosses a river. Drawing by Annibale Carracci

Sacrifice of Pelia to Neptune, while Jason crosses a river. Drawing by Annibale Carracci, preserved in the Department of Drawings at the Louvre Museum France Paris

Background imageJason Collection: The Flaming Bulls challenged by Jason. Seventeenth century tapestry

The Flaming Bulls challenged by Jason. Seventeenth century tapestry, preserved in the Royal Palace of Milan. Milan Royal Palace Tapestry Eighteenth Century, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageJason Collection: Jason Stockings and Socks Advertisement

Jason Stockings and Socks Advertisement
An advertisement for W. Tyler, Sons & Co. promoting Jason, unshrinkable, high quality stockings and socks. Date: circa 1919

Background imageJason Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW. 650 Argosy T. 2 9Q-COA

Armstrong Whitworth AW. 650 Argosy T. 2 9Q-COA
(ex Royal Air Force) Armstrong Whitworth AW.650 Argosy T.2 9Q-COA Jason (msn 6791, ex XR136), of O.R.A.S. (Otrag Range Air Services) at East Midlands Airport, in November 1977

Background imageJason Collection: Tapestry, Jason in Search of the Golden Fleece, possibly from Tournai, c. 1510 (wool)

Tapestry, Jason in Search of the Golden Fleece, possibly from Tournai, c. 1510 (wool)
3576123 Tapestry, Jason in Search of the Golden Fleece, possibly from Tournai, c.1510 (wool) by Belgian School, (16th century); 193.1x246.3 cm; Burrell Collection, Glasgow

Background imageJason Collection: Fragment of sarcophagus with the myth of Jason and Medea, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection (marble)

Fragment of sarcophagus with the myth of Jason and Medea, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection (marble)
3042671 Fragment of sarcophagus with the myth of Jason and Medea, Boncompagni Ludovisi collection (marble) by Roman; Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageJason Collection: Plate 12: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back facade, surmounted with the arms of Ferdin... 1636

Plate 12: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back facade, surmounted with the arms of Ferdin... 1636
Plate 12: Triumphal arch, elevation of the back facade, surmounted with the arms of Ferdinand and decorated with five mythical or heroic scenes; from Guillielmus Becanuss Serenissimi Principis

Background imageJason Collection: Medeia killed her young brother, and cast him into the sea (litho)

Medeia killed her young brother, and cast him into the sea (litho)
STC445085 Medeia killed her young brother, and cast him into the sea (litho) by Davie, Howard (fl.1914-44); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageJason Collection: Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology

Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology
6340096 Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Depiction of Medea and Jason from Greek mythology)

Background imageJason Collection: He went down in his golden chariot, and his daughters by his side (litho)

He went down in his golden chariot, and his daughters by his side (litho)
STC445082 He went down in his golden chariot, and his daughters by his side (litho) by Davie, Howard (fl.1914-44); Private Collection; (add.info.: Aietes, King of Colchis)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason in the Argo (litho)

Jason in the Argo (litho)
3651995 Jason in the Argo (litho) by Edwards, George Wharton (1859-1950); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jason in the Argo)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason confronts King Pelias (litho)

Jason confronts King Pelias (litho)
3651992 Jason confronts King Pelias (litho) by Edwards, George Wharton (1859-1950); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jason confronts King Pelias)

Background imageJason Collection: Jason building his ship the Argo with help from Minerva on a terracotta bas-relief in the villa of

Jason building his ship the Argo with help from Minerva on a terracotta bas-relief in the villa of Cardinal Alessandro
6340090 Jason building his ship the Argo with help from Minerva on a terracotta bas-relief in the villa of Cardinal Alessandro Albani 1, figure of an owl from a Greek vase 2

Background imageJason Collection: Down came two fearful monsters, the like of whom man never saw (colour litho)

Down came two fearful monsters, the like of whom man never saw (colour litho)
STC445084 Down came two fearful monsters, the like of whom man never saw (colour litho) by Davie, Howard (fl.1914-44); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageJason Collection: As he played they danced to his measure, in and out, and round and round (litho)

As he played they danced to his measure, in and out, and round and round (litho)
STC445080 As he played they danced to his measure, in and out, and round and round (litho) by Davie, Howard (fl.1914-44); Private Collection; (add.info.: The centaur Chiron, mentor of Jason)

Background imageJason Collection: Hera has sent us a pilot; let us follow the cunning bird, illustration for How the Argonauts

Hera has sent us a pilot; let us follow the cunning bird, illustration for How the Argonauts sailed to Colchis
IL193713 Hera has sent us a pilot; let us follow the cunning bird, illustration for How the Argonauts sailed to Colchis, from The Heroes of Greek Fairy Tales



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"Jason: The Adventurous Hero in Search of the Golden Fleece" Embarking on a legendary quest, Jason set sail with his brave crew, the Argonauts, in search of the coveted Golden Fleece. Inspired by Greek mythology's epic tale, their voyage aboard the majestic ship Argo was filled with peril and triumph. Guided by Medea's enchanting powers, Jason and his accomplice stole the precious fleece from its guarded sanctuary. Their daring escapade forever etched in history as a testament to courage and cunning. Just like Amy Johnson soaring through the skies in her de Havilland DH60G Gipsy Moth G-aAH, Jason fearlessly defied all odds. Both adventurers embraced challenges head-on and left an indelible mark on their respective journeys. Intricate tapestries depict Jason's relentless pursuit of glory as he embarked on his perilous mission. These masterpieces capture his determination to obtain the Golden Fleece against all odds - a timeless symbol of resilience and ambition. Not only did Jason inspire ancient tales but also modern advertisements such as "Jason Stockings and Socks. " Just like these reliable garments that carry us through our daily adventures, Jason exemplified strength and reliability throughout his odyssey. The Armstrong Whitworth AW. 650 Argosy T. 2 9Q-COA stands tall as a tribute to both aviation marvels and mythical heroes like Jason. Just as this aircraft soars through clouds effortlessly, so did our hero navigate treacherous waters with unwavering resolve. As we gaze upon the constellation Argo Navis representing this valiant vessel, we are reminded of Jason's audacious spirit that continues to shine brightly across time and space. From ancient legends to modern-day inspirations, "Jason" remains synonymous with bravery amidst adversity. His quest for greatness echoes within us all – reminding us that no challenge is insurmountable when we dare to dream and embark on our own heroic journeys.