Classical and Mythological

Gallery Guide:

 

Allegory of Wealth  Arrowood after Vouet

Allegory of Wealth

Arrowood after Simon Vouet 2004
Color Application On location at the Louvre 2004
Oil on canvas  44" x 32 "

      

Exhibited October 5th-28th, 2005

2nd Salon des Copistes du Louvre

La Mairie du 6th, Paris, France

 

L'ermite Endormi The Sleeping Hermit Arrowood after Vien

L'ermite Endormi

"The Sleeping Hermit"
Arrowood 2006 after Vien 1750

Oil on Canvas  32" x 22"
Color Application at the Louvre, Paris, France       
October 3rd-28th, 2005

   

Exhibited March 2008

        3nd Salon des Copistes du Louvre

La Mairie du 6th, Paris, France

       

        

Young Maiden Defending Herself Against Eros by Yvonne Herd Arrowood after Bouguereau

Young Girl Defending Herself Against Eros 

Arrowood 1998-99 after Bouguereau 1851

Oil on Canvas on Panel 44” x 30”

Birth of Venus by Yvonne Herd Arrowod after Botticelli

Birth of Venus

Arrowood 1999 after Botticelli 1485

Oil on Canvas 20” x 32”

Private collection

"Venus"

"Venus" from Birth of Venus

Arrowood 2/2000

Oil on canvas 10’’ oval

Private Collection

 

Automedon with the Horses of Achilles Arrowood after Henry Regnault

Automedon with the Horses of Achilles

Arrowood 2000 after Henri Regnault 1868

Oil on Canvas 50” x 52”

Henri Regnault, A Loss to Art

    

Henri Regnault ( French, 1843-1871 ): Regnault’s original painting, measuring more than ten feet square, is on permanent display at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The painting depicts Achilles’ chariot driver, Automedon, struggling to control Xanthos and Balios. The horses, sensing that their master will be killed, resist being harnessed to the chariot that will carry Achilles into his final,  fatal battle.

Regnault , a student in Rome, was only 25 when he painted this heroic piece. It was displayed at the Paris Salon, a notable honor for the young artist. Two years later, at the age of twenty-seven,  Henri Regnault’s  bright  future ended in Paris during the final hour of the Franco-Prussian War…But that’s another story…

“Another Story”

With the acceptance of Henri Regnault’s life-size original of “Automedon with the Horses of Achilles” at the Paris Salon, Regnault seemed destined for success; however, it may have been youthful exuberance that ended his life and promising career...As the final minutes of the Franco-Prussian war approached, Henri stood ready to fire the last shot...Unfortunately, it was a Prussian soldier who succeeded, and Henri Regnault died at the age of twenty-seven.

 

HERCULES vanquishing the Hydra 52 x 38 Yvonne Herd Arrowood after Guido Reni Donated to Classics Dept. Furman University September 2011

 Hercules Vanquishing the Hydra

 Arrowood 2000 after Guido Reni 1662

  Oil on Canvas 52” x 38”

Decorative and Fine Arts Collection, Furman University

 

Detail from "Atala"

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Girl with the Pearl Earring Yvonne Herd Arrowood after Vermeer

Girl with the Pearl Earring

Arrowood after Vermeer