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THE ETERNAL STORIES, The Recurrence of Classical Mythology in European art

Although the pagan religions of ancient Greece and Rome petered out centuries ago, their stories did not. This talk will address the significance of the classical myths for European artists from Titian to Kapoor. more info below

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THE ETERNAL STORIES, The Recurrence of Classical Mythology in European art
THE ETERNAL STORIES, The Recurrence of Classical Mythology in European art

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Feb 13, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT

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About the Event

Although the pagan religions of ancient Greece and Rome petered out centuries ago, their stories did not. Medieval Christianity did its best to supersede them but their archetypal power is so great that, as soon as the opportunity for a comeback presented itself - during the Renaissance - they flooded the stage. European art and culture has been pervaded by references to classical mythology ever since. This talk will address the significance of the classical myths for European artists from Titian to Kapoor - and for thinkers too: how would twentieth century psychology have evolved without Freud's references to 'Oedipus' and 'Narcissus'?!

Image by John William Waterhouse, Echo and Narcissus, 1903 (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool)

delivered by Andrew Spira

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