Il Ratto di Proserpina (Gian Lorenzo Bernini), 1621/22
(…) the group shows Pluto taking a fast and powerful stride and grasping Proserpina, from the front he appears triumphantly bearing his trophy in his arms; from the right one sees Proserpina’s tears as she prays to heaven, the wind blowing her hair, as the guardian of Hades, the three-headed dog, barks. Various moments of the story are thus summed up in a single sculpture.
Cynthia: Um, why aren’t you in school?
Rusty: Uh, faculty retreat. They let us go right after Mass. Gotta love those Catholics, right?
Last ones for now. Unless someone has a request of course.
I think I just drooled on my cat. And the 4-legged feline that lives here with me too. HOLY OF HOLIES!
doesn’t this have more to do with your vision and your ability to see colors than your mental state?