Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Beyond Normal

                      "The Kiss of the Muse"  by Paul Cezanne

Turns out there are nine Greek Muses, daughters of Zeus.  Each involved with a different aspect of inspiration as follows:   http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/nymphs/muses.htm.  I suspect the muse depicted in the painting may be Calliope or Clio, patrons of epic poetry and writing.




Here they are frolicking about as muses are wont to do.
Sit down, stay quiet and one may visit you. 








5 comments:

  1. I'm interested to learn who painted this...please. :)

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  2. The muse--oh man I never mention them because they start to play tricks on one just for fun.

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  3. Hi ..hope all is well. . Hope the new year geared you with new doors. . I'm well with kids. ..
    I noticed you are not writing as before. . Did you move to other social media. .I'm on insta @coachnasra

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  4. Hi ..hope all is well. . Hope the new year geared you with new doors. . I'm well with kids. ..
    I noticed you are not writing as before. . Did you move to other social media. .I'm on insta @coachnasra

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  5. Hello Goatman! I'm not sure if you still remember me. lol. But I'm glad that you still write with all these years. You're always great at this. You're on my blogroll in http://theabsolutescribbler.blogspot.my/ . Hope all is well. Godspeed! :)

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