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“Nataraja (literally meaning “The Lord of Dance”) is a depiction of the Hindu god Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy a weary universe and make preparations for god Brahma to start the process of creation.”

“Nataraja (literally meaning “The Lord of Dance”) is a depiction of the Hindu god Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy a weary universe and make preparations for god Brahma to start the process of creation.”

Estatua romana de Erato, siglo segundo dC. La musa es representado tocando la cítara o la lira. Erato (del griego «Amable» o «Amorosa») es, en la mitología griega, la musa de la poesía, especialmente de lo amoroso. Según escribe Apolonio de Rodas en el tercer libro de las Argonáuticas, su nombre tiene la misma raíz que Eros.

Estatua romana de Erato, siglo segundo dC. La musa es representado tocando la cítara o la lira. Erato (del griego «Amable» o «Amorosa») es, en la mitología griega, la musa de la poesía, especialmente de lo amoroso. Según escribe Apolonio de Rodas en el tercer libro de las Argonáuticas, su nombre tiene la misma raíz que Eros.

Lord of the Charnel Grounds; Tibet; ca early 19th century; Bronze, American Museum of Natural History. Macabre bronzes from Tibet portray a yogic brother and sister engrossed in a mad dance—as skin peels off like furled ribbons. The sculptural pair warn of the fleeting nature of life, in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, as an incentive to make diligent use of precious human rebirth...

Lord of the Charnel Grounds; Tibet; ca early 19th century; Bronze, American Museum of Natural History. Macabre bronzes from Tibet portray a yogic brother and sister engrossed in a mad dance—as skin peels off like furled ribbons. The sculptural pair warn of the fleeting nature of life, in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, as an incentive to make diligent use of precious human rebirth...

boxing hare by JianChensFINEART on Etsy

boxing hare by JianChensFINEART on Etsy

Marble statue of Polyhymnia from Monte Calvo in Italy. 2nd century AD. From the collection of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Item number IN 1547.

Marble statue of Polyhymnia from Monte Calvo in Italy. 2nd century AD. From the collection of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Item number IN 1547.

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