Antaeus Lowering Eve

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Title

Antaeus Lowering Eve

Description

Illustration of Antaeus, a Greek god who was the son of Poseidon and Gaia. In this image, Antaeus is seen lowering Marcantonio Raimondi’s Eve to the ground. He is represented as larger than life. The original art was an engraving created by Gustave Doré. This image is located to the right of Roman Emperor Augustus and to the left of Shiva.

Creator

James Sicner

Source

Man’s Evolving Images, Printing and Writing Mural

Publisher

Coates Library, Trinity University

Date

1983

Rights

Materials in this collection are the intellectual property of Coates Library and Trinity University. Please contact the library for permission to reproduce or reuse these materials.

Format

image/jpeg

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Identifier

mural_front_e_9

Collection

Citation

James Sicner, “Antaeus Lowering Eve,” The Coates Library Mural, accessed October 22, 2020, https://mural.coateslibrary.com/items/show/63.

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