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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Seducer Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 41 pictures in our Seducer 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.


Vortigern King of Britain espouses Rowena a Saxon Lady..., mid 18th century. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Vortigern King of Britain espouses Rowena a Saxon Lady..., mid 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Vortigern King of Britain espouses Rowena a Saxon Lady, which occasioned the Settlement of the Saxons in Britain, mid 18th century. King Vortigern offers wine to Rowena at al fresco wedding feast. Rowena is depicted in British legends as the daughter of the Anglo-Saxon chief Hengist and a wife of Vortigern, 5th century warlord and possibly a king of the Britons. Rowena is presented as a beautiful femme fatale, who won her people the Kingdom of Kent through her treacherous seduction of Vortigern

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Bathsheba, 1498 (1964) Featured Print

Bathsheba, 1498 (1964)

Bathsheba, 1498 (1964). The Book of Samuel describes how Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah the Hittite, was seduced by King David after he saw her bathing from the roof of his palace. She was the mother of Solomon. The story of the chaste Susannah is narrated in the little side blocks. From Heures a l'usage de Rome, a Book of Hours printed by Philippe Pigouchet. A print from A History of Wood Engraving, by Douglas Percy Bliss, Spring Books, London, 1964

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images

Jupiter, Juno and Io, 1710s. Artist: Jean-Marc Nattier Featured Print

Jupiter, Juno and Io, 1710s. Artist: Jean-Marc Nattier

Jupiter, Juno and Io, 1710s. According to Greek Mythology, Zeus seduced Io, one of the priestesses of his wife, Hera, and changed her into a heifer in order to try to hide his act from Hera. Jupiter and Juno are the equivalents of Zeus and Hera in the Roman pantheon. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum Peterhof, St Petersburg

© Fine Art Images