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Art Archive- Apollo

Myth Related Art Works
Alphabetical by Painter


Apollo(46K JPEG).
Roman statue of Apollo, 2nd C. A.D. Citadel Museum, Jordan. Image courtesy of Corel Corporation.




Domenico Veneziano.
Study of Apollo(165K JPEG)
Image courtesy of Corel Corporation





Sandro Botticelli, 1445-1510.
Primavera(275K GIF).
Painting (1478). National Museum, Naples, Italy. Image courtesy of Planet Art.




Apollo Belvedere(107K JPEG).
Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy. Image courtesy of Corel Corporation.



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