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Cyclops Collection

Background imageCyclops Collection: Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829, (1904). Artist: JMW Turner

Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829, (1904). Artist: JMW Turner
Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus, 1829, (1904). From the collection of the National Gallery, London. From Social England, Volume VI, edited by H.D. Traill, D.C.L. and J. S. Mann, M.A

Background imageCyclops Collection: Galatea, 1896. Creator: Gustave Moreau

Galatea, 1896. Creator: Gustave Moreau
Galatea, 1896. From the myth of Polyphemus and Galathea. The scene recreates the theme of beauty and the beast, a symbol of woman as the embodiment of a beauty that is beyond man's reach

Background imageCyclops Collection: Forge of the Cyclopes, 1572. Creator: Cornelis Cort

Forge of the Cyclopes, 1572. Creator: Cornelis Cort
Forge of the Cyclopes, 1572

Background imageCyclops Collection: Atis and Galathea, 1761. Creator: Pompeo Batoni

Atis and Galathea, 1761. Creator: Pompeo Batoni
Atis and Galathea, 1761

Background imageCyclops Collection: Ulysses and Polyphemus, 1701-1780. Creator: John Baptist Jackson

Ulysses and Polyphemus, 1701-1780. Creator: John Baptist Jackson
Ulysses and Polyphemus, 1701-1780

Background imageCyclops Collection: Le Polype difforme flottait sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope souriant et hideux... 1883

Le Polype difforme flottait sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope souriant et hideux... 1883. Creator: Odilon Redon
Le Polype difforme flottait sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope souriant et hideux (The deformed polyp floated on the shores, a sort of smiling and hideous Cyclops), 1883

Background imageCyclops Collection: Polyphemus Throwing Boulder at Acis, with Galatea (recto), and Pholyphemus Lifting Boulder (verso)

Polyphemus Throwing Boulder at Acis, with Galatea (recto), and Pholyphemus Lifting Boulder (verso), n.d

Background imageCyclops Collection: Le Diable a Paris... Paris et Les Parisiens, Vol. II, 1846. Creator: Andrew Best Leloir

Le Diable a Paris... Paris et Les Parisiens, Vol. II, 1846. Creator: Andrew Best Leloir
Le Diable a Paris... Paris et Les Parisiens, Vol. II, 1846. [Sideshow]

Background imageCyclops Collection: Galatea escaping Polyphemus; he is seated on a rock holding a staff and pipes and... ca

Galatea escaping Polyphemus; he is seated on a rock holding a staff and pipes and... ca
Galatea escaping Polyphemus; he is seated on a rock holding a staff and pipes and looking towards Galatea at right riding a shell pulled by two dolphins, Cupid flying above, ca. 1515-1600

Background imageCyclops Collection: Plate 8: Polyphemus and Palemonius led by Ceres (Polifemo e Palemonio Argonauti condotti

Plate 8: Polyphemus and Palemonius led by Ceres (Polifemo e Palemonio Argonauti condotti da Cerere), with sterncastle in the form of a volcano

Background imageCyclops Collection: Plate 6: Ulysses driving a burning stake into Polyphemus eye, 1756

Plate 6: Ulysses driving a burning stake into Polyphemus eye, 1756

Background imageCyclops Collection: Plate 7: the blinded Polyphemus, guarding the entrance of his cavern

Plate 7: the blinded Polyphemus, guarding the entrance of his cavern, with Ulysses and his companions escaping below by covering themselves with ram skins, 1756

Background imageCyclops Collection: Greek Vase, Blinding of Polyphemus, late Archaic period, c530BC-c510BC

Greek Vase, Blinding of Polyphemus, late Archaic period, c530BC-c510BC

Background imageCyclops Collection: Vase-painting of the story of the Cyclops from the Odyssey

Vase-painting of the story of the Cyclops from the Odyssey
Polyphemus is having his eye put out by Odysseus and his companions. This vase is from an Etruscan tomb

Background imageCyclops Collection: Polyphemus, c1515, (1937). Artist: Titian

Polyphemus, c1515, (1937). Artist: Titian
Polyphemus, c1515, (1937). A print from Titian Paintings and Drawings, introduction by Hans Tietze, Phaidon Press, Vienna, 1937. Found in the collection of the Musee Wicar, Lille

Background imageCyclops Collection: The Cyclops, 1615. Artist: Leonard Gaultier

The Cyclops, 1615. Artist: Leonard Gaultier
The Cyclops, 1615. A plate from Les Images Ou Tableaux De Platte Peinture Des Deux Philostrates Sophistes Grecs, by Blaise de Vigenere, Paris, 1615. Fround in the collection of Jean Claude Carriere

Background imageCyclops Collection: Odysseus and his companions put out the eye of Polyphemus, 7th century BC

Odysseus and his companions put out the eye of Polyphemus, 7th century BC
Odysseus and his companions put out the eye of Polyphemus, from a Greek vase found in Argos, now at Argos Museum, 7th century BC

Background imageCyclops Collection: Galatea Married, 1866

Galatea Married, 1866. Galatea rides a chariot with two satyrs sitting in the back, their arms crossed and talking to each other. The one-eyed giant Polyphemus rides along side her


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