Marina Mattei, The Roots of the Myth. The Personification of Eros and Psyche; Francesca Longo, The Physical and Psychic Components of the Human Being in the Cultural Tradition of Ancient Egypt; Marina Mattei, The Sufferings of the Soul, the Divine Couple, the Embrace and the Kiss. The Iconography of Cupid and Psyche; Marina Mattei, Literary and Figurative Themes. Cupid and Psyche in Apuleius fabula, crucible of all the fairy-tales in the world; Marco Bussagli, Anatomy of the Soul; Maria Grazia Bernardini, The Tale of Cupid and Psyche; Livia Montagnoli, The Master of the Die Series: Thirty-two Prints Illustrating the Tale of Cupid and Psyche; Maria Grazia Bernardini, The Frieze by Perin del Vaga in Castel SantAngelo and the Tale of Psyche in the Art of the Renaissance; Sonia Cavicchioli, Romantic Mythical Revival in the Neoclassical Age; Mario Guderzo, An artistic enjoyment of great beauty. Cupid and Psyche by Antonio Canova; Miriam Mirolla, The Map of Cupid and Psyche in Rome. Instructions for Use; Catalogue: Section 1 - The Roots of the Myth, the Personification of Cupid and Psyche, the Sufferings of the Soul, the Divine Couple and Apuleius Fabula.; Section 2 - The Tale of Eros and Psyche in the Art of the Renaissance; Section 3 - The Scene of the Lamp: the Irresistible Fascination of Mysterious Love; Section 4 - The Romantic Mythical Revival in the Neoclassical Age; Bibliography.
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