Circe ofreciendo la copa a Ulises


Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses. J.W. Waterhouse, 1891. Circe holds out her wand and a kylix to Ulysses, whose image is reflected in the mirror behind her. Oldham Art Gallery, Oldham, England.

  1. Odysseus and Calypso. Max Beckmann, 1943. Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.
  2. Ulysses and Nausicaa. Michele Desubleo. Palazzo Montecitorio, Rome.
  3. Odysseus and Nausicaa. Valentin Serov, 1910. (Detail). The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
  4. Detail of Odysseus blinding the Cyclops Polyphemus. Protoattic amphora by the Polyphemos Painter, 670-660 BCE. Eleusis Museum, Eleusis.
  5. Odysseus. Jacob Jordeans. Odysseus helps his men escape from Polyphemus' cave by hiding them under sheep. Pushkin Museum, Moscow.
  6. Odysseus bound and clinging to the underside of a ram. Bronze relief cut-out ornament from Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi, c. 540-530 BCE. Archaeological Museum, Delphi.
  7. Circe and Her Lovers in a Landscape. Dosso Dossi, c. 1530. National Gallery, Washington DC
  8. Circe gives Odysseus a drugged potion. Black-figure skyphos from Thebes, 5th or 4th c. BCE.