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Venus at the Forge of Vulcan, 1704, by Francesco Solimena  Venus, the goddess of love, resplendent in a brilliant blue gown, looks down at a gold shield emblazoned with an image of Athena. Venus went to her husband Vulcan's forge and asked him to make arms for her son Aeneas. Here, the powerfully built Vulcan holds upright the shield intended for Aeneas, gestures to the armor at his feet, and looks up at his wife for her approval. In the lower left-hand corner are two Cyclopes who have made…

Venus at the Forge of Vulcan, 1704, by Francesco Solimena Venus, the goddess of love, resplendent in a brilliant blue gown, looks down at a gold shield emblazoned with an image of Athena. Venus went to her husband Vulcan's forge and asked him to make arms for her son Aeneas. Here, the powerfully built Vulcan holds upright the shield intended for Aeneas, gestures to the armor at his feet, and looks up at his wife for her approval. In the lower left-hand corner are two Cyclopes who have made…

Venus at the Forge of Vulcan, 1723, by Louis de Boullogne the Younger

Venus at the Forge of Vulcan, 1723, by Louis de Boullogne the Younger

The Coral Finder: Venus and her Youthful Satellites, replica c.1820–48, by William Etty

The Coral Finder: Venus and her Youthful Satellites, replica c.1820–48, by William Etty

In the Venusberg, 1901, by John Collier. Atkinson Art Gallery  Venusberg "Venus mountain" is the name of a mythical mountain in Germany situated between Gotha and Eisenach and celebrated in German poetry. Caverns in the mountain housed the court of Venus, goddess of love which was supposed to be perfectly hidden from mortal men: to enter the Venusberg was to court eternal perdition. However, the legendary knight Tannhäuser spent a year there worshipping Venus and returned there after…

In the Venusberg, 1901, by John Collier. Atkinson Art Gallery Venusberg "Venus mountain" is the name of a mythical mountain in Germany situated between Gotha and Eisenach and celebrated in German poetry. Caverns in the mountain housed the court of Venus, goddess of love which was supposed to be perfectly hidden from mortal men: to enter the Venusberg was to court eternal perdition. However, the legendary knight Tannhäuser spent a year there worshipping Venus and returned there after…

Venus appearing to Aeneas and Achates by Donato Creti (1671–1749). Museum of John Paul II Collection (Porczyński Gallery)

Venus appearing to Aeneas and Achates by Donato Creti (1671–1749). Museum of John Paul II Collection (Porczyński Gallery)

Mars and Venus, Allegory of Peace (Mars et Vénus, allégorie sur la Paix), 1770, by Louis Jean François Lagrenée

Mars and Venus, Allegory of Peace (Mars et Vénus, allégorie sur la Paix), 1770, by Louis Jean François Lagrenée

Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan, by Louis Jean François Lagrenée. Musée du Louvre

Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan, by Louis Jean François Lagrenée. Musée du Louvre

Statue of Venus (the Mazarin Venus), Unknown artist.  Culture: Roman Places: Roman Empire (Place created) Rome, Italy (Place found) Date: 2nd century Medium: Marble

Statue of Venus (the Mazarin Venus), Unknown artist. Culture: Roman Places: Roman Empire (Place created) Rome, Italy (Place found) Date: 2nd century Medium: Marble

The Birth of Venus by Pierre-Charles Trémolières (1703 – 1739)

The Birth of Venus by Pierre-Charles Trémolières (1703 – 1739)