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Step into the magical world of ancient Greece with our Greek Mythology Sculptures collection of Greetings Cards from Media Storehouse. Each card features intricately designed sculptures inspired by the legendary tales and heroes of Greek mythology. From the mighty Zeus to the graceful Aphrodite, these cards capture the essence of Greek mythology in stunning detail. Perfect for expressing admiration, appreciation, or well wishes, these cards are a unique and thoughtful way to bring a touch of timeless beauty to any occasion.

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Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus

Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. East frieze. Gigantomachy. Struggle between gods and giants

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: MYTHOLOGY: SLEEPING EROS. Hellenistic bronze from Greece, 250-150 B. C

MYTHOLOGY: SLEEPING EROS. Hellenistic bronze from Greece, 250-150 B. C
MYTHOLOGY: SLEEPING EROS. Hellenistic bronze from Greece, 250-150 B.C

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy

Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun, Roman marble copy
Greek civilization, 3rd century. Sleeping or drunken satyr known as the Barberini Faun. Roman marble copy

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble

The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. - The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble, height 328 cm

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace

Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace
Greek art. Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace. 2nd century BC. Marble. Sculpture of the greek goodess Nike (Victory). Museum of Louvre. Paris

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art

Ares and Aphrodite. Greek art
Votive relief dedicated to Ares and Aphrodite. 5th c.BC. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. ITALY. VENETO. Venice. Archaeological Museum

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun

Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a youun
Greek Art. Greece. 4th century BCE. Bronze statue of a young identified as Perseus with Medusas head hanging. However, probably represents Paris and would subject the apple of discord

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Hermes and the Infant Dionysus
Antique illustration of a Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Gods Of Healing

Gods Of Healing
Asclepius or Aesculapius, the ancient Greek god of medicine, with the snake-entwined staff which has come to symbolise the medical profession, circa 1700

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of

Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of
Ares, the god of war. Roman equivalent : Mars. Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of about 430 BC. Glytothek. Munich

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep. From Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Minerva, 1775 (marble)

Minerva, 1775 (marble)
XOS1765294 Minerva, 1775 (marble) by Nollekens, Joseph Francis (1702-48); 144 cm; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA; (add.info.: Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquis of Rockingham)

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
USA, New York City, Manhattan, Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Center Plaza

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)

Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)
LRI4594082 Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); Palatine Gallery, Pitti Palace, Florence; (add.info.: Venere Italica (Venus) - Marble statue (h)

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Parthenon. East Pediment. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Bri

Parthenon. East Pediment. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Bri
Parthenon. East Pediment. Helioss horses and Dionysos, Demeter and Kore, Artemis. Acropolis, Athens. 438-432 BC. Marble. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse

Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. South frieze. Gigantomachy

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica

Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake and a family of supplica
Relief with Zeus Meilichios depicted as a snake. On the left, a family of supplicants. Dedicated by Aristomene. Found in Pangrati (Athens) and dated between 350-300 BC

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2

Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2
Art Greek. Hellenistic. Statue of Lacoon and his sons (Antiphates and Thymbraeus). The sculpture is attributed by three sculptors from the island of Rhodes. Agesander, Athenedores and Polydorus

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Orpheus playing his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece
Orpheus, wearing a Phrygian cap and surrounded by the beasts charmed by the music of his lyre. Relief from Thessaloniki. Greece

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone

Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus, from Eleusis
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. The triad of the Eleusinian Mysteries: Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus. Marble bas-relief found at Eleusis 440-430 b.C

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Head of Medusa, 1630. Artist: Bernini, Gianlorenzo (1598-1680)

Head of Medusa, 1630. Artist: Bernini, Gianlorenzo (1598-1680)
Head of Medusa, 1630. Found in the collection of the Musei Capitolini, Rome

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Relief from mausoleum of Hercules chaining Cerberus, c2nd century

Relief from mausoleum of Hercules chaining Cerberus, c2nd century. Trier Museum

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Farnese Hercules, 18th century

The Farnese Hercules, 18th century. Found in the collection of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century

Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century AD. Goddess of Love. Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze statue of the Classical Period. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen, Denmark

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Battle between Amazons

Sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Battle between Amazons
Amazon sarcophagus. Marble. Tel Mevorah. Roman Period. Early 3rd century AD. Detail. Battle between the Amazons and the Greeks. Relief. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Ganymede with Jupiters eagle, 1814-5 (marble)

Ganymede with Jupiters eagle, 1814-5 (marble)
5973922 Ganymede with Jupiters eagle, 1814-5 (marble) by Thorvaldsen, Bertel (1770-1844); Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo, Brescia, Italy; (add.info.: Brescia)

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Venus Italica, c. 1822-23 (marble)

Venus Italica, c. 1822-23 (marble)
3492980 Venus Italica, c.1822-23 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) (studio of); 175.3 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Theseus and the Minotaur, 1782 (marble)

Theseus and the Minotaur, 1782 (marble)
BAL34664 Theseus and the Minotaur, 1782 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); height: 145.4 cm; Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c. 330 BC (parian marble)

Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c. 330 BC (parian marble), head of Hermes (see BAL 54791)
ALI230715 Detail of the statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c.330 BC (parian marble), head of Hermes (see BAL 54791) by Praxiteles (c.400-c.330 BC); height : 210 cm; Archaeological Museum

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Greek Art: 'Athena Promachos'

Greek Art: "Athena Promachos"
LRI4659748 Greek Art: " Athena Promachos" Athenas struggling in the front line. Bronze sculpture from the Acropolis. 490-480 BC

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Terracota antefix tarantini. Gorgon

Terracota antefix tarantini. Gorgon
Terracota antefix tarantini that represents the head of a Gorgon. Late VI century early V century B.C. Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Three Graces

The Three Graces
Antique illustration of The Three Graces

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Hulton Archives

The Hulton Archives
Fine Art Storehouse The Hulton Archives

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: France, Glanum, Relief depicting Mercury and Fortuna from Cybele and Attis House

France, Glanum, Relief depicting Mercury and Fortuna from Cybele and Attis House Musee Archeologique (Archaeological Museum), Greek-Roman art

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Marble statues representing brothers Kleobis and Biton

Marble statues representing brothers Kleobis and Biton
Greek civilization, 6th century. Marble statues representing brothers Kleobis and Biton

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Aphrodite the Saver, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by Calamis

Aphrodite the Saver, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by Calamis 5th Century, Italy, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain

Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD

Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD
LRI4595992 Drunk Hercules. Sculpture of the House of Deers, 5th century BC - 1st century AD by Roman; Herculaneum, Naples, Campania

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Ulysses Recognised by His Dog (engraving)

Ulysses Recognised by His Dog (engraving)
3630222 Ulysses Recognised by His Dog (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ulysses Recognised by His Dog)

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Venus of Arles (marble) (see also 31855)

The Venus of Arles (marble) (see also 31855)
XIR154098 The Venus of Arles (marble) (see also 31855) by Greek; Louvre, Paris, France; Greek, out of copyright

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall

The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall
The Athena Giustiniani or Giustiniani Minerva. Parian marble. Antonine Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pallas Athena. 2nd century. Braccio Nuovo. Chiaramonti Museum. Vatican Museums. Vatican City

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Greek civilization, Marble slab with relief attributed to School of Praxiteles, depicting Muses

Greek civilization, Marble slab with relief attributed to School of Praxiteles, depicting Muses, from Mantinea, Greece
Greek civilization, 4th century b.C. Marble slab with relief attributed to the School of Praxiteles, depicting the Muses. From Mantinea, Greece

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of Amazons, from western gable of Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus

Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of Amazons, from western gable of Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus
Greek civilization, 4th century b.C. Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of the Amazons, from the western gable of the Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Statue of bathing Aphrodite and Eros

Statue of bathing Aphrodite and Eros. Roman, after a Greek original of the second half of the 3rd century BC. In Greek mythology, Aphrodite was the Goddess of Love and Beauty and Eros was her son

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G

Taurobolium Altar. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. G
Taurobolium Altar (360-370) with relief depicting the goddess Cybele enthroned with Demeter (right) flanked by Persephone Kore and Iacchus. Probably from Chalandri. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageGreek mythology sculptures Greetings Card Collection: Ancient Greek ornamental architecture and sculpture, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Ancient Greek ornamental architecture and sculpture, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Ancient Greek ornamental architecture and sculpture, (1898). Fig. I. Doric capital from Paestum (with painted ornaments). Fig 2



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