Medusa

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This is a cast bronze Medusa door knocker. An example of how Medusa is still seen in everyday​ life.

Medusa

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Medusa Door Knocker at the Ministero della Difesa Esercito . By Rick Casey Sculpture Art, Art Deco Architecture, Hirst, Statue, Art Nouveau, Sculpture, Greek Sculpture, Art, Medusa Art

Door Knocker at the Ministero della Difesa Esercito

This knocker is based on the Medusa figure. The handle is wrapped with snakes from her hair.

The Medusa plant is a cactus or succulent that is more commonly known by the name Medusa head (Euphorbia flanaganii)

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very rare to see such a gorgeous face on cameo. Sardonyx shell cameo depicting Medusa, in gold mount, Italy, circa 1850

Outstanding Cameo of a Front Face Medusa - Antique Cameos

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In Greek mythology MEDUSA---was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair.

The gilt-bronze furniture mount, circa with a winged Gorgon or Medusa mask exemplifies Hoentschel’s use of gilt-metal mounts in the Eighteenth Century taste. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, gift of J.

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Head of Medusa Art Decor, Sculpture Art, Carving, Greek Art, Sculpture, Art, Ancient Art, Medusa Art, Coin Art

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Vincenzo Gemito (1852 – 1929) Medusa 1911 Parcel-gilt silver

Head of Medusa Cameo by Benedetto Pistrucci (Italian, active England) Mount by Carlo Giuliano (Italian, working in England, ca. executed in England (London) cameo mount ca. 1860 Red jasper mounted in gold with white enamel.

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"Medusa" -- 1911 -- Vincenzo Gemito -- Italian, Naples -- Parcel-gilt silver -- Belonging to the Getty Museum Art Pieces, Medusa Gorgon, Art Decor, Sculptural Object, Western Art, Art Nouveau, Sculpture, Art, Mythology

Bellezza medusea (Medusa iconography)

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Medusa the Gorgon - Alexandria, Egypt, library, Museum of Antiquities, - Goddess Medusa - Christine Asherah - Picasa Web Albums

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"Medusa" -- 1911 -- Vincenzo Gemito -- Italian, Naples -- Parcel-gilt silver -- Belonging to the Getty Museum Art Pieces, Medusa Gorgon, Art Decor, Sculptural Object, Western Art, Art Nouveau, Sculpture, Art, Mythology

Medusa Vincenzo Gemito, Italian, 1852 - 1929 Naples by Litz Collection

Medusa Vincenzo Gemito, Italian, 1852 - 1929 Naples Drawing by Litz Collection

This is the Medusa sculpture in Parco della Villa Borghese, Rome. The Medusa in this carving is portrayed as the "evil Medusa" once Perseus decapitates the before beautiful Medusa. Art Photography, Sculpture Art, Public Art, Amazing Art, Statue, Sculpture, Cool Art, Street Art, Beautiful Art

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Semi-elliptical antefix of Gorgon’s head Molded Terracotta (height cm; width 25 cm) End of the century BC From Taranto Taranto, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Exhibition “Monsters” Roma, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme Medusa, Sculptures, Ancient, Literature Art, Illustration Art, Sculpture, Buddha Statue, Ancient Art, Art History

Gorgon Head

Semi-elliptical antefix of Gorgon’s head Molded Terracotta (height 21,3 cm; width 25 cm) End of the 3rd century BC From Taranto Taranto, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Exhibition “Monsters” Roma, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme

Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance Knight Italy History Filippo Negroli

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