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The Nine Muses: Thalia

The Nine Muses: Thalia

  • Medium: Acrylics (cracked effect)
  • Support: Canvas, wooden frame
  • Dimensions: 60 cm x 90 cm
  • Frame: Floating chassis in gold color


This painting is part of a series of nine acrylic paintings on canvas aiming to pay tribute to the Muses of Greek mythology who presided over different artistic fields. The artist had fun assigning them a background and different colors to each one, according to their particularities.

This one is dedicated to Thalia (“the joyous" or "the flourishing") who discovered comedy, geometry, architectural science and agriculture. She became the Muse of comedy and idyllic, bucolic poetry. She was also protector of Symposiums. According to pseudo-Apollodorus, a compendium of Greek myths and heroic legends, she and Apollo were the parents of the Korybantes, armed and crested dancers who worshipped the Phrygian goddess Cybele with drumming and dancing. Some mythologists claim that Thalia was also the Muse of vegetation, because of the origin of her name "thalo", meaning "to flower"*.

The set of nine paintings exudes both strength and an incredible variety of colors but which tend to form a single entity not lacking in harmony.


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