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Medusa Art

The Infamous Gorgon

"Her Crown of Snakes sing to Auditorium of petrified eyes"

Medusa is a famous figure in Greek mythology, known for her ability to turn those who looked upon her face to stone. She was originally a beautiful woman, but was transformed into a monster by Athena as punishment for being defiled in the goddess's temple.


Medusa's hair was turned into writhing snakes, and her gaze was said to be so terrifying that anyone who looked upon it was turned to stone. Despite her fearsome reputation, Medusa was also seen as a victim of circumstance and was sometimes depicted with a measure of sympathy.

She was eventually killed by the hero Perseus, who used her own reflection in a shield to avoid looking directly at her face while beheading her. Medusa has been a popular figure in art and literature throughout history, and continues to be a subject of fascination and mythological study.

Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork
Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork
Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork
Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork
Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork
Medusa Art | Greek Mythology Art | Greek Gods and Goddesses Artwork



Greek mythology is the body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their culture.


Footprints of their mythology are left in the form of architecture, statues & the writings of classical authors like Homer and Hesiod.


Many of the myths are allegorical and teach moral lessons for the human experience and personifications of different aspects of the human psyche. They also offer explanations for natural phenomena and the mysteries of universal creation.

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Who killed the Medusa?

Perseus Killed the Medusa in the most famous story in the Greek myths.

Perseus set out with the aid of the gods, who provided him with divine tools. While the Gorgons slept, the hero attacked, using Athena's polished shield to view the reflection of Medusa's awful face and avoid her petrifying gaze while he beheaded her with a harpe, an adamantine sword. You will see remnants of this epic story in any national gallery you visit.

Who is Medusa in Greek mythology?

Medusa was a Gorgon, a creature with snakes for hair and the power to turn people to stone with her gaze. She was once a beautiful woman, but was transformed into a monster by the goddess Athena.

What are the 12 main Greek gods called?

The main gods in Greek myth are Zeus, Poseidon, Hera, Hestia and Demeter, Hades, and later on Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Athena, Hephaestus, Aphrodite and Ares. Over the years, the Demi-god Dionysus became part of their group on Olympus. So i replaced Hephaestus with Dionysus because who doesn't love some wine and festivity? 

What are  the most famous Greek myths?

 The most famous stories in the greek mythology includes Theogony: Clash of the Titans, perseus freeing andromeda, the Three Sisters of Fate, The Sea monster, Prometheus and the Theft of Fire, opening Pandora's Box, the birth of venus, pallas and the centaurm The Abduction of Persephone by Hades, Theseus and the Minotaur, Daedalus and Icarus, leda and the swan and many more. The stories of this classical mythology continue to impact contemporary art, art history and fine art massively.

How has Greek mythology influenced art?

Greek mythology has inspired art more than any other mythology in history. The trials of ancient Greek heroes and monsters have been depicted by the Renaissance masters for thousands of years. Shaping Contemporary Art, Famous Oil Painting, visual arts and much more. You will find it's influence in your national gallery, the conversations of any art historian and in art history itself, almost becoming a table of contents for any conversation about ancient tales.

Who is the Greek god of art?

Apollo is the Greek God of Art, poetry, Music, oracles, archery, plague, medicine, sun, light and knowledge. He was the son of Zeus and Leto and a deity of many functions and meanings. This is just one of many Greek myths that have shaped art history. The stories of Zeus and the battle of the titans, the birth of venus, leda and the swan, oedipus rex, the sea nymphs, perseus and andromeda, the sea monster and many more. Greek and roman history have impacted popular culture and art history greatly.

How does Greek mythology influence art history?

Greek mythology has had a profound impact on art history and is a popular source of inspiration for artists today. The ancient Greeks told stories about their gods and heroes through sculpture, pottery, and painting, These works of art often depicted mythological scenes and characters. You can find depictions of these stories in any national gallery of art as it's a powerful subject matter that has been a massive part of art history. Pandora's box has been opened as we walk each other through the world of Greek Mythology.


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