Proserpina

Proserpina

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1874) The Tate Museum, London

Still Life with Apples, Pomegranate

Still Life with Apples, Pomegranate

Gustave Courbet (1872) The National Gallery, London

Still Life with Ewer, Pomegranate

Still Life with Ewer, Pomegranate

Willem Kalf (1646) The Getty Museum, Los Angeles

The Pomegranate

The Pomegranate

Pablo Picasso (1912) The Fogg Museum, Cambridge, MA

Sophonisba*

Sophonisba*

Rembrandt van Rijn (1634) The Prado, Madrid *The subject of this Rembrandt painting is the source of debate: classical heroine Sophonisba? Ancient Greek queen Artemisia? Biblical heroine Judith? Because Sophonisba's story was a better fit to mine, I chose this interpretation.

Pierrot and Harlequin

Pierrot and Harlequin

Pablo Picasso (1920) Baltimore Museum of Art

Bacchus

Bacchus

Caravaggio (1595) The Uffizi, Florence

Judith and Her Maidservant

Judith and Her Maidservant

Artemisia Gentilleschi (1614) Palazzo Pitti, Florence

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The Gallery and Its Paintings

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Sophonisba*

Rembrandt van Rijn (1634) The Prado, Madrid *The subject of this Rembrandt painting is the source of debate: classical heroine Sophonisba? Ancient Greek queen Artemisia? Biblical heroine Judith? Because Sophonisba's story was a better fit to mine, I chose this interpretation.

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