Danae

Danae was the mother of the hero Perseus
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Danae

the mother of Perseus by Zeus, who visits her in the form of a shower of gold.
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Danae

(Alexandrian Laurel) This group consists of one tender, evergreen shrub from Syria, Persia, and Transcaucasia. The leaves of this plant are actually flattened stems and it bears panicles of hermaphrodite flowers in early summer. D. racemosa (Alexandrian Laurel) is a small shrub with arching sprays of slender, glossy green 'leaves'. Its cream flower...
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Danae

(from the article `Gossart, Jan`) Sculpturesque nudes become common in Gossart`s later paintings, but they seldom avoid the stiff quality of his earlier figures. In his Danae, Gossart ...
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Danaë

(from the article `Perseus`) in Greek mythology, the slayer of the Gorgon Medusa and the rescuer of Andromeda from a sea monster. Perseus was the son of Zeus and Danaë, the ...
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Danaë

(from the article `Rembrandt van Rijn`) ...with the stadholder`s court. In view of the measurements documented, the painting concerned could have been either the Blinding of Samson or the ...
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Danae

(?DAH-nay-ee?) mother of Perseus by Zeus after her father, King Acrisius of Argos, had been warned by an oracle that she would bear a son who would kill him. After Zeus impregnated her in the form of a shower of gold, the king placed Danae in a box and set it adrift in the sea, but the fisherman Dictys fetched it forth.
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Danaë

[Correggio] Danaë is a painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Correggio, executed around 1531 and housed in the Galleria Borghese in Rome. ==History== The work was commissioned by the Duke of Mantua Federico II Gonzaga, as a part of a series portraying Jupiter`s loves, perhaps destined to the Ovid Hall in the Palazzo Te of Mantua. Afte...
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Danaë

[Klimt painting] Danaë is an oil painting by Gustav Klimt, created in 1907. An example of Symbolism, the canvas measures 77 x 83 cm, and is in the Galerie Würthle in Vienna. Danaë was a popular subject in the early 1900s for many artists; she was used as the quintessential symbol of divine love, and transcendence. While imprisoned by her...
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Danaë

[Rembrandt painting] Danaë is Rembrandt`s painting from the collection of Pierre Crozat which from the 18th century resides in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. It is a life-sized depiction of the character Danaë from Greek mythology, the mother of Perseus. She is presumably depicted as welcoming Zeus, who impregnated her in t...
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Danaë

[Titian, Capodimonte] The Danaë is one of a series of five paintings by Titian of Danaë. It dates to 1544 and is now in the National Museum of Capodimonte in Naples. ...
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Danaë

[Titian, Hermitage] The Danaë is one of a series of five paintings by Titian of Danaë. It dates to between 1553 and 1554 and is now in the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. ...
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Danaë

[Titian, Kunsthistorisches Museum] The Danaë is one of five paintings of Danae by the Italian artist Titian. It is the latest in the series and includes much work by members of his workshop, as revealed by the heavier treatment of Danaë`s skin-tone and body as well as the hanging drapery. It is now in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienn...
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Danaë

[Titian, Prado] The Danaë is one of five paintings of Danae by the Italian artist Titian. Commissioned by Philip II, it dates to between 1553 and 1554. It is now in the Prado in Madrid where it hangs near Venus and Adonis, another work in a series of mythological paintings described by Titian as `poesie` (`poems`). ...
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Danaë

Danaë (dăn'āē) , in Greek legend, daughter of Acrisius. When it was prophesied that Danaë's son would kill Acrisius, her father imprisoned her in a bronze tower. However, Zeus came to her in the form of a shower of gold, and she bore him a son, Perseus. Acrisius put D...
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Danae

Danae is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Danae

Danae is a French name for girls. The meaning is `God is my Judge` The name Danae is most commonly given to Walloon girls. (10 times more often than to American girls.) Danae is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Dee (English) Dene (English) Dinay The name sounds like: Dana, Dane, Danah, Danie, Danne
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Danae

HMS Danae was a British D Class cruiser of 4850 tons displacement launched in 1918 that saw action during the Second World War. HMS Danae was armed with six 6-inch 50 calibre guns; three 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; four 3-pounder guns; 12 smaller guns twelve 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in four triple deck mountings. HMS Danae was powered by six Y...
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Danae

In Greek mythology, Danae was daughter of Acrisius, king of Argos. He shut her up in a bronze tower because of a prophecy that her son would kill his grandfather - thinking that held prisoner she might never receive a lover, and never bear a child. Zeus became enamoured of her and descended in a shower of gold. As a result of her union with Zeus sh...
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Danaë

In Greek mythology, daughter of Acrisius, king of Argos. He shut her up in a bronze tower because of a prophecy that her son would kill his grandfather. Zeus bec ...
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Danae

Princess of Argos; mother of Perseus by Zeus, who appeared to her in form of golden shower.
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