Polyhymnia, The Muse of Sacred Poetry
Painted for the 'Muses' Exhibition September 2019
48 x 48 inches (122 x 122 cms)
(please note the images attached are mock ups only)
Acrylic paint, pencil, music papers, pen on double inch thick canvas.
Polyhymnia, meaning “the one of many hymns," was the Muse of sacred poetry, sacred hymns and eloquence. She is usually depicted as being very serious, in meditation and pensive while holding a finger to her mouth and wearing a long cloak or veil which was used to cover her head and implies the traits of a virgin priestess.
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