Throughout time, distance, and history strong women have been represented in different culture's mythologies - celebrate them all with these spirited designs! Designs download as PDFs; use pattern transfer paper to trace designs for hand-stitching.
Vase Painting, temporary stage. The Choregos vase, J. Paul Getty Museum. The man at the door labeled Aigisthos represents tragedy. The man standing on a basket labeled Pyrrias represents comedy. The other two figures labeled Choregos represent theatrical backers.
Two Muses on Mount Helicon II On the right a muse, perhaps Erato, side sits on a rocky outcropping labeled Helicon, “H Λ Ι Κ Ο Ν”, the Muse’s Mount, and plays a kithara. She also is seen in three-quarter view. She wears a chiton rendered in yellow wash, a red himation is wrapped around her legs, and an orange scarf binds her hair. A bird sits at her feet. Attic white grounded red figured Lekythos from Attica Classical period, ca. 445 BC Attibuted to “Achilles Painter” Munich…
TWO CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED BELL-KRATERS CLOSE TO THE CAIVANO PAINTER AND THE IXION GROUP, CIRCA 340-320 B.C. (Pot A) with a spotted panther on one side, a seated nude youth on the other, dotted squares encircling below, laurel below the rim; (Pot B) with a winged lion griffin on one side, a bird on the other, wave below the rim; both with palmettes below the handles, details in added white Taller: 7 in. (17.8 cm.) high (Pot B)