Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens paints in 1615 Diana Presenting the Catch to Pan is taking from Greek mythology.
William Blake Richmond was a Neoclassical painter of the Victorian age in Britain who painted Hera in the House of Hephaistos around 1902
Peter Paul Rubens paints The Three Graces who were goddesses of beauty and creativity and are often referred to and depicted in classical art.
Painted between 1755 and 1760, Apollo Pursuing Daphne is a mythological painting by Italian Rococo artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
The Empire of Flora is Giovanni Battista Tiepolo's version of the Roman Springtime festival Floralis, which he painted in 1743
John Reinhard Weguelin paints in 1888 a funeral scene from Greek mythology in The Gardens of Adonis.
William Blake Richmond was an English painter. Here in Venus and Anchises, the goddess of love visits her chosen lover Anchises.
In a departure from his usual subject-matter, Lucas Cranach the Elder here deals with ancient Greek mythology in The Nymph of the Fountain.
Venus and Adonis by Abraham Bloemaert is from the mythological story of Venus the goddess of love who attempts to seduce the handsome Adonis.
Nymphs and Satyr was painted by William-Adolphe Bouguereau who's Neoclassical academic works mark the end period of the power of the Academy in France.
Eugene Delacroix displays in 1838's Medea About to Kill her Children a Romantic focus on a subject of extreme emotion.