Edward Burne-JonesStudy For One Of The Gorgons In The Finding Of Perseus, n.d.

 

Posted on December 14 2012, with 242 Notes

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    Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1877), Study for one of the Gorgons in The Finding of Perseus. Oil on canvas,
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