Psyche in the 1600s

Cupid and Psyche
Orazio Gentileschi
1628-30
Oil on canvas, 137 x 160 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg



Cupid and Psyche
Sir Anthony van Dyck
1639-40
Oil on canvas, 199.4 x 191.8 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor



Sleeping Psyche
Michelangelo Palloni
ca. 1688
Fresco
Wilanów Palace Museum, Warsaw



Psyche Served by Invisible Spirits
Luca Giordano
1692-1702
Oil on copper, 57.5 x 68.9 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor



Venus Punishing Psyche with a Task
Luca Giordano
1692-1702
Oil on copper, 58,1 x 68,9 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor



Psyche Honoured by the People
Luca Giordano
1692-1702
Oil on copper, 57,5 x 68,9 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor



Psyche’s Parents Offering Sacrifice to Apollo
Luca Giordano
1692-1702
Oil on copper, 56.2 x 69.2 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor








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