Monday, March 30, 2015

Goddesses in the Dust: Picasso's Inspiration?

Unearthing the divine feminine, one archetype at a time...

I admired this colossal head of Athena, made of Pentelic marble and dating to 29 B.C. - 14 A.D. on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. 

As I gazed at her,  I couldn't help but wonder...

if she might have been an inspiration

 for many of Picasso's famous works? 

5 comments:

  1. Oh I am certain of it. I love Picasso's work.

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  2. what a terrific inspiration . . .

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  3. You're on to a whole new category of writing!

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  4. Cool! I know Picasso did find inspiration from the art of earlier ages and primitive art and the resemblance you found is striking. I love Picasso.

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  5. Wow the resemblance is striking.

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