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8 thoughts on “ Bacchante

  1. Bacchante Crowned with a wreath of grapes and vines, this smiling woman with flushed cheeks represents a bacchante—a follower of the wine god Bacchus. Though Vigée-Lebrun was a successful portraitist, this work was probably not intended as an image of a particular individual.
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  3. ‘Bacchante’ was created in by Mary Cassatt in Realism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at presinegalkandomororinreronkey.xyzinfo – best visual art presinegalkandomororinreronkey.xyzinfo completed:
  4. And you, Bacchante, shod With moonfire, and with moonfire all enfolden, Have danced upon the mystery-haunted sod. With every autumn blossom, And with the brown and verdant leaves of vine, We have filled your hair divine; From the cupped hollow of your delicious bosom We have drunk wine, Bacehante, purple wine. About us now the night5/5.
  5. a song or ode in praise or honor of God, a deity, a nation, etc. a style of popular music for dancing, usually recorded and with complex electronic instrumentation, in which simple, repetitive lyrics are subordinated to a heavy, pulsating, rhythmic beat.
  6. bacchante - (classical mythology) a priestess or votary of Bacchus Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks Roman mythology - the mythology of the ancient Romans votary - a priest or priestess (or consecrated worshipper) in a non-Christian religion or cult; "a votary of Aphrodite".
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  8. Bacchantes were mythological figures who served the infant god of wine, Bacchus. The French government bought a cast of the statue at the Paris Salon, securing MacMonnies’ reputation as a formidable sculptor.

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