's (1757 〜 1822) sculpture: Psyche Revived By Cupid's Kiss.
For the story, see
the Story of Cupid and Psyche
Images of the Goddesses Pomona (left) and Diana (right) together decorate the entrance to The Peninsula Hotel, occupying a Beaux-Arts building (orginally The Gotham hotel, Hiss and Weekes, architects) at Fifth Ave. and 55th St., New York City.
This statue of a yogini goddess was created in Kaveripakkam in Tamil Nadu during the 10th century. Source: Wikipedia.org.
a Love of Greek Mythology
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