What I wanted to do for this myth project, and my prior literature and art project, was to immerse myself in my favorite subjects from when I was in college. So I did a lot of research and then collected image after image online to obtain the very best art for the myths. This took me back to my course work in ancient history, the classics, literature, and art history. Weeks went by while I was so immersed. I did not watch a single video in all that time and only fleetingly read the Times online. My hope was to replace the second rate art one often sees with our cherished myths. No one could call this art second rate. It was a glorious immersion.
Major artists and myths were used throughout. Below I listed what a quick perusal indicated was in the program. Your Preview has many of the actual slides. It is the best way of discerning the product's quality. The following are included plus much more:
Mythological figures: Adonis, Arthur, Athena, Andromeda, Apollo, Ariadne, Arachna, Cassandra, Circe, Cupid, Cyclops, Danae, Daphne, Dragon Slayer George, Europa, Flora, Gannymede, Godiva, Graces, Hero, Hermes, Icarus, Iris, Isolde, Joan of Arc, Lamia, Leda, Knights of the Round Table, Medea, Medusa, Minotaur, Morpheus, Narcissus, Orpheus, Odysseus, Oedipus, Pan, Pandora, Pegasus, Penelope, Prosperine, Pygmalion, Perseus, Poseidon, Psyche, Rosamond, Salome, Theseus, Tristram, Vampire (Mormo), Venus, etc.,
Artists: Artemisia, Bernini, Botticelli, Edward Burne-Jones, Caravaggio, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Eugene Delacroix, Arthur Hughes, Gustav Klimt, Leighton, Leonardo, Edouard Manet, John Millais, Moreau, Morris, Munch, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Raphael, Rembrandt, Redon, Peter Paul Rubens, Sandys, Singer Sargent, Stanhope, Titian, Mikhail Vrubel, John William Waterhouse, etc.,