Roger Justafré

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The Mixoparthenos (Greek: Μιξοπάρθενος) was a Greek mythological figure, a variety of Siren somewhat akin to a Mermaid, traditionally hailing from the Black Sea region. The name means "half-maiden" and is the surname of the Furies. The form of the Mixoparthenos is distinctive - above the waist, a beautiful woman, but covered with scales from waist down, ending in a double snake-tail. Some versions have the Mixoparthenos ending in a double fish-tail. In Herodotus's Histories (4.9.2),

The Mixoparthenos (half-maiden), is a hybrid creature with a double fish-tail from the Black Sea. The limestone sculpture dates back to the century CE and comes from Panticapaeum in Taurica (Crimea, Kerch).

Rude bouscule la tradition classique par l'ingénuité du sujet et la représentation non idéalisée de la nature. La grâce du jeune garçon a sans aucun doute assuré le succès de l'oeuvre, qui inspira de nombreux artistes, en particulier Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. Salon de 1833. Pour la première fois, un artiste sculptait une figure pittoresque, un sujet anecdotique, dans un marbre grandeur nature.

This happy boy playing with a turtle hampered by a rush of stranded aroused passions in Salon for the first time, an artist sculpted a picturesque figure, an anecdotal subject, in a life-size marble.

"Grandpa Storyteller" is one of several life-size bronze sculptures by Victor Issa

"Grandpa Storyteller" is one of several life-size bronze sculptures by Victor Issa which will be on display in the McClelland Art Gallery and on Union's campus November

The Child Mother, 1936 David Alfaro Siqueiros

The Child Mother, 1936 David Alfaro Siqueiros This painting gives me the impression that during extreme penury children were to be wedded off or they were abandoned and sexually assaulted.