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Cupid and Psyche Photos

    Psyche and Eros
    Psyche – in love with Love. ["Psyche et L'Amour," Painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1889.]


    Portrait of Cupid
    Cupid glows in this flattering portrait. [Painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1890.]


    The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche
    Cupid and Psyche get hitched in what looks like an interesting ceremony. [Wedgwood stoneware, English, c. 1773. Photo by Wikimedia Commons user ego.technique, 2009.]


    Psyche Opening the Door Into Cupid's Garden
    Watch out, Psyche! [Painting by John William Waterhouse, 1904.]


    Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss
    Awww…too sweet. [Sculpture by Antonio Canova, 1793. Photo by Eric Pouhier, 2007.]


    Cupid and Psyche by Rodin
    Rodin, one of the most famous sculptors ever, takes a shot at portraying the mythological lovers. [Sculpture by Auguste Rodin. Photo by Yair Haklai, 2009.]


    Cupid and Psyche in Sculpture
    Cupid holds up a swooning Psyche. [Terracotta sculpture by Claude Michel (Clodion), late 1700s-early 1800s.]


    Psyche in Cupid's Arms
    "I love you more." "No, I love YOU more." [Illustration by Paul Baudry, late 1800s.]


    Cupid and Psyche, Waited On
    Cupid and Psyche are well taken care of. [Fresco by Giulio Romano, 1526-1528.]


    Cupid and Psyche Together
    A butterly hovers above Psyche's head. [Painting by François Pascal Simon Gérard, 1798.]


    Talking in the Night
    Cupid and Psyche have a deep conversation. [Painting by Orazio Gentileschi, 1628-1630.]


    Psyche Received on Olympus
    Yay, a happy ending. [Painting by Raffaello Sanzio, 1517.]


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