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Persephone (Proserpine)

Persephone (Proserpine)

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Persephone (Proserpine) Photos

Hades is a Jerk
I can't believe I had to marry this creep. [The Rape of Proserpine by Simon Pignone, 1650]


As I Was Saying
Jerk. Jerk. Jerk. [The Rape of Persephone by Rupert Bunny, 1913]


Seriously, This Guy Is Bad News
There sure is a lot of documentation of this moment. I'm kind of a big deal. [Pluto Removing Proserpine by René Antoine, 1678]


Pomegranates
Pomegranates totally gross me out now, but this picture does make me look classy. [The Odor of Pomegranates by Zeida Ben-Yusuf, 1899]


My So-Called Life
Being Queen of the Dead is even less glamorous than it sounds. [Hades, Persephone, and Cereberus by Peter von Cornelius, 1864]


A Visit From Psyche
This is the day that Psyche came to borrow a bit of my loveliness. [Psyché obtenant de Proserpine l'elixir de beauté by Charles-Joseph Natoire, 1735]


A Lovely Sculpture
It's so nice to have a work of art depicting yours truly that has nothing to do with Hades or pomegranates. [Persephone by Christian Friedrich Tieck, 19th Century]


My Favorite Time of Year
Spring! When I return to my mother. [The Return of Persephone by Frederic Leighton, 1891]


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