Artemis and the Ceryneian Hind by periadam

Artemis and the Ceryneian Hind

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Added: Mar 08, 2004
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Here's an illustration of the goddess of animals, hunting, childbirth, virginity and a host of other wonderful things. She's hanging out with one of her favourite deer, the Ceryneian Hind. Which, in spite of being female, has antlers made from solid gold! I assume she doesn't shed them, but I could be wrong. No real story here, except that this deer was persued for a year and captured by Herakles without harming it as one of his 12 labours.

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Excellent work!
have you ever wondered how she could be a goddess of both childbirth and virginity?

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great work

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Beautiful, Surreal.

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I have no idea why more people haven't commented on this. I think this is a beautiful piece. I love the way the light shines off the antlers. Very nice work!

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I admire your work Laurel, you have matured into a very talented artist. Continue on the journey, and life will unfold many visions for you. Love, Dad

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I'm suprised no one has commented on this. It's very breath-taking. Artemis is very well done and so is the Hind. The composition is good, too. Great job!

Art at its best.