Orpheus, first in series of The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84  by James Barry

Orpheus, first in series of The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84

(Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84)

James Barry

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savages · messenger of the gods · ignorance · age of enlightenment · lyre · singing · nudes · personification · hypnotised · music · greek · shepherd · legend · dancing · ignorance
Orpheus, first in series of The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84 by James Barry
Undated   ·  oil on canvas  ·  17.63 Megapixel  ·  Picture ID: 561527   ·  RSA, London, UK / bridgemanimages.com
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Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (AT) Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (DE) Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (CH) Orpheus, first in series of The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84  (US)
Orfeo, primo di una serie di The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84 (IT) Orphée, premier de la série Les progrès de la culture et du savoir humains, vers 1777-84 (FR) Orpheus, eerste in serie van The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84 (NL) Orfeo, primero en la serie de El progreso de la cultura y el conocimiento humanos, c.1777-84 (ES) Орфей, первый в серии Прогресс человеческой культуры и знаний, c.1777-84 (RU)
ऑर्फियस, द प्रोग्रेस ऑफ़ ह्यूमन कल्चर एंड नॉलेज की श्रृंखला में, c.1777-84 (HI) Orfeu, primeiro em série de O Progresso da Cultura e do Conhecimento Humanos, c.1777-84 (PT)

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Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (AT) Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (DE) Orpheus, zuerst in der Reihe Der Fortschritt der menschlichen Kultur und des Wissens, c.1777-84 (CH) Orpheus, first in series of The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84  (US) Orfeo, primo di una serie di The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84 (IT) Orphée, premier de la série Les progrès de la culture et du savoir humains, vers 1777-84 (FR) Orpheus, eerste in serie van The Progress of Human Culture and Knowledge, c.1777-84 (NL) Orfeo, primero en la serie de El progreso de la cultura y el conocimiento humanos, c.1777-84 (ES) Орфей, первый в серии Прогресс человеческой культуры и знаний, c.1777-84 (RU) ऑर्फियस, द प्रोग्रेस ऑफ़ ह्यूमन कल्चर एंड नॉलेज की श्रृंखला में, c.1777-84 (HI) Orfeu, primeiro em série de O Progresso da Cultura e do Conhecimento Humanos, c.1777-84 (PT)


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