Jason once found me so entrancing. [Jason and Medea by John William Waterhouse, 1907]
Okay, yes. I killed my brother. But I did it for LOVE! [The Golden Fleece by Herbert James Draper, 1904]
Medea, the Good Witch
See, I’m not all bad—this is me restoring Jason’s father to his youth. [Medea Rejuvenating Eson by Domenicus van Wynen, 17th century]
It’s not like it was an easy decision... [Médée by Henri Klagmann, 1868]
I Still Feel Bad About It, Okay?
Really bad. [Medea about to Kill her Children by Eugène Delacroix, 1838]
Come on, you have to hand it to me—a chariot drawn by dragons is the coolest getaway car there is. [Miss Clairon in Medea by Charles André van Loo, 1760]