Sign in to favourite Sign in to add to album Geographical notes close Places are defined in terms of modern geography. Copyright Information close This artwork is in public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. If you are a copyright owner of this artwork, or his/hers legal representative, and you do not agree that this artwork is public domain, please let us know firstname.lastname@example.org WikiArt.org allows unlimited copying, distributing and displaying of the images of public domain artworks. Artworks protected by copyright are supposed to be used only for contemplation. Images of that type of artworks are prohibited for copying, printing, or any kind of reproducing and communicating to public since these activities may be considered copyright infringement. Public domain ← → The Triumph of Galatea Raphael Date: 1512 Style: High Renaissance Genre: mythological painting Media: fresco Dimensions: 225 x 295 cm Location: Villa Farnesina, Rome, Italy Tags: Galatea References: en.wikipedia.org Order an oil painting reproduction Ad Image dimension 449x600px, View all sizes Raphael completed this work for the Villa Farnesina, a suburban Renaissance villa in Rome in 1512. The Farnesina was built by one of the richest men of the early Renaissance, Agostini Chigi, who was a banker. This was the only painting of Greek mythology that Raphael painted, the story of the Nereid Galatea, who had fallen in love with a peasant shepherd, Acis. Galatea’s consort, after finding the two lovers in an embrace, killed Acis by throwing a giant pillar at him. Although Raphael’s painting is based off of the story, it does not illustrate any of the actual events of the story. Raphael Famous works The Madonna Conestabile Raphael · 1502 The Three Graces Raphael · 1504 - 1505 The School of Athens Raphael · 1510 - 1511 The Sistine Madonna Raphael · 1513 View all 186 artworks Related Artworks Polyphemus Attacking Acis and Galatea Annibale Carracci Acis and Galatea Nicolas Poussin Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Sibyl Erithraea Michelangelo Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Cumaean Sibyl Michelangelo Sistine Chapel Ceiling: Libyan Sibyl Michelangelo The Birth of Adonis Titian The Legend of Polydorus Titian Flora Titian Orpheus and Eurydice Titian The Worship of Venus Titian Cupid with the Wheel of Fortune Titian Venus Anadyomene Titian Leda and the Swan Michelangelo Bacchus and Ariadne Titian Bacchanal Titian Fortitude and Temperance with Six Antique Heroes Pietro Perugino The Feast of the Gods Titian Apollo and Marsyas Pietro Perugino The Rape of Ganymede Michelangelo Venus of Urbino Titian 1 Load more Advertisement.