THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

Mythology in the Art | Greek mythology | Narcissus
1. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Statue of wounded Niobid, so-called “Narcisus”.
Pentelic marble.
Inv. No. 299.
Florence, Uffizi Gallery.
2. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Narcissus.
Fresco from Pompeii.
1st cent. CE.
Inv. No. 9385.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marble torso of a boy (so-called Narcissus).
Marble. Roman copy of the 1st—2nd cent. CE of a Greek bronze original of the late 5th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 13.229.2.
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marble torso of a boy (so-called Narcissus).
Marble. Roman copy of the 1st—2nd cent. CE of a Greek bronze original of the late 5th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 13.229.2.
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
5. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Narcissus.
1st cent. CE.
Pompeii, House of D. Octavius Quartio, or House of Loreius Tiburtinus, II, 2, 2.
6. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Narcissus.
Fresco of the 4th style from Pompeii (House of the Sailor, VII, 15, 2).
62—79 CE.
Inv. No. 20877.
Pompeii, Archaeological Park of Pompeii.
7. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Narcissus.
Second style. Ca. 80—20 BCE.
Pompeii, Archaeological Park of Pompeii, The House of the Trojan Sacellum, or House of the Lararium of Achilles (I. 6. 4).