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Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines

Crane, Walter, 1902, Publisher's print
Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines
Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines
Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines
Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines
Library Item
40151
Page twenty-one from 'Flora's Feast', the Columbines
The goddess Venus is dressed in classical robes and stands on an open leaf that resembles a chariot as she wraps a columbine around her shoulders like a shawl. Two groups of birds that power the vehicle are being whipped by a cherub-like boy with wings. The accompanying text reads:
"Fair Columbines that drew the car of Venus from her distant star".
1902
25.0 x 18.5 cm
Publisher's print
Art and Design Library
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