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Homer’s Odyssey
Penelope
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1869
Feast of Penelope’s Suitors
Fyodor Tolstoy, 1818
Penelope Before Her Weaving, 15th c.
Penelope Unraveling Her Web by Lamplight
Joseph Wright of Derby, 1785
Helen Recognizing Telemachus
Jean-Jacques Lagrenée, 1795
Odysseus and Calypso
Jan Brueghel the Elder, c. 1616
Odysseus and Calypso
Arnold Böcklin, 1883
Odysseus on Calypso’s Island
Detlev Conrad Blunck, 1830
Odysseus by the Sea
Arnold Böcklin, 1869
Hermes Ordering Calypso to Release Odysseus
Gerard de Lairesse, c. 1670
Nausicaa
Frederic Leighton, c. 1879
Odysseus and Nausicaa
Joachim von Sandrart, c. 1630
Ulysses at the Court of Alcinous
Francisco Hayez, c. 1815
The Cyclops
Theodor van Thulden, 17th c.
Odysseus’s Escape, c. 500 BCE
Odysseus and Polyphemus
Arnold Böcklin, 1896
Aeolos Giving the Winds to Ulysses
Isaac Moillon, 17th c.
Circe
Wright Barker, 1889
Circe Mulling Wine
Gioacchino Assereto, c. 1630
Circe
John William Waterhouse, c. 1886
One of Odysseus’s Men Turned into a
Swine, 5th c. BCE
Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses
John William Waterhouse, 1891
Ulysses and Circe
Bartholomäus Spranger, 1580
Sirens
Arnold Böcklin, 1875
Odysseus and the Sirens, c. 340 BCE
Ulysses and the Sirens
Léon Belly, 1867
Ulysses and the Sirens
John William Waterhouse, 1891
Odysseus Before Scylla and Charybdis
Heinrich Füssli, 1796
Scylla, c. 420 BCE
Tiresias Appears During the Sacrifice
Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1785
The Cattle of the Sun God, 6th c. BCE
Odysseus’s Men Steal the Cattle of the Sun God
Pelligrino Tibaldi, 1556
Ulysses’s Departure from the Land of the Phaeacians
Claude Lorrain, 1646
Odysseus Recognized by His Dog
Theodoor van Thulden, 17th c.
Penelope and the Suitors
John William Waterhouse, 1912
Odysseus Shooting His Bow, c. 420 BCE
The Slaughter of the Suitors
Louis-Vincent-Leon Palliere, 1812
The Suitors
Gustave Moreau, 1850s
Odysseus and Penelope
Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1802
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  1. 1. Homer’s Odyssey
  2. 2. Penelope Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1869
  3. 3. Feast of Penelope’s Suitors Fyodor Tolstoy, 1818
  4. 4. Penelope Before Her Weaving, 15th c.
  5. 5. Penelope Unraveling Her Web by Lamplight Joseph Wright of Derby, 1785
  6. 6. Helen Recognizing Telemachus Jean-Jacques Lagrenée, 1795
  7. 7. Odysseus and Calypso Jan Brueghel the Elder, c. 1616
  8. 8. Odysseus and Calypso Arnold Böcklin, 1883
  9. 9. Odysseus on Calypso’s Island Detlev Conrad Blunck, 1830
  10. 10. Odysseus by the Sea Arnold Böcklin, 1869
  11. 11. Hermes Ordering Calypso to Release Odysseus Gerard de Lairesse, c. 1670
  12. 12. Nausicaa Frederic Leighton, c. 1879
  13. 13. Odysseus and Nausicaa Joachim von Sandrart, c. 1630
  14. 14. Ulysses at the Court of Alcinous Francisco Hayez, c. 1815
  15. 15. The Cyclops Theodor van Thulden, 17th c.
  16. 16. Odysseus’s Escape, c. 500 BCE
  17. 17. Odysseus and Polyphemus Arnold Böcklin, 1896
  18. 18. Aeolos Giving the Winds to Ulysses Isaac Moillon, 17th c.
  19. 19. Circe Wright Barker, 1889
  20. 20. Circe Mulling Wine Gioacchino Assereto, c. 1630
  21. 21. Circe John William Waterhouse, c. 1886
  22. 22. One of Odysseus’s Men Turned into a Swine, 5th c. BCE
  23. 23. Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses John William Waterhouse, 1891
  24. 24. Ulysses and Circe Bartholomäus Spranger, 1580
  25. 25. Sirens Arnold Böcklin, 1875
  26. 26. Odysseus and the Sirens, c. 340 BCE
  27. 27. Ulysses and the Sirens Léon Belly, 1867
  28. 28. Ulysses and the Sirens John William Waterhouse, 1891
  29. 29. Odysseus Before Scylla and Charybdis Heinrich Füssli, 1796
  30. 30. Scylla, c. 420 BCE
  31. 31. Tiresias Appears During the Sacrifice Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1785
  32. 32. The Cattle of the Sun God, 6th c. BCE
  33. 33. Odysseus’s Men Steal the Cattle of the Sun God Pelligrino Tibaldi, 1556
  34. 34. Ulysses’s Departure from the Land of the Phaeacians Claude Lorrain, 1646
  35. 35. Odysseus Recognized by His Dog Theodoor van Thulden, 17th c.
  36. 36. Penelope and the Suitors John William Waterhouse, 1912
  37. 37. Odysseus Shooting His Bow, c. 420 BCE
  38. 38. The Slaughter of the Suitors Louis-Vincent-Leon Palliere, 1812
  39. 39. The Suitors Gustave Moreau, 1850s
  40. 40. Odysseus and Penelope Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1802
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