Mythologic scenes

"Daphnis and Chloé', the 'Three Graces', but especially 'Leda and the Swan' are themes that Achilles De Maertelaere has addressed several times.
For the Three Graces it is clear that he has used exactly the same landscape twice with the three Graces in different poses. Whether "Morning" can be considered a mythological scene is not certain, although the image of a flute player under a tree is closely related to the two "Daphnis and Chloé" scenes.
"Orpheus" dates from 1961 and is provisionally registered as the last work by Achilles De Maertelaere. There is also a photo taken in Achilles' atelier where another version of an Orpheus is present, but we couldn't identify nor locate the painting yet.
With regard to "Leda and the Swan" it should be noted that there are also a whole series of paintings of naked women (Nudes) with a swan.
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Although not clearly mythological, this scene seems to fit into this category. The style is also closely related to the socially engaged works that Achilles De Maertelaere made at the time. The work was presented at the three-yearly Salon in Ghent in 1925 and is depicted in the Kunstalbum Yearbook of the National Association of Belgian Painters and Sculptors in 1926. Achilles De Maertelaere was one of the founders of this alliance.

Rest - 1925
Rest - 1925

Daphnis and Chloe

Daphnis & Chloe - s.d.
Daphnis & Chloe - s.d.
Daphnis & Chloe - s.d.
Daphnis & Chloe - s.d.
Morning (Daphnis & Chloe) - s.d.
Morning (Daphnis & Chloe) - s.d.

The Three Graces

The Three Graces - s.d.
The Three Graces - s.d.
The Three Graces - s.d.
The Three Graces - s.d.

Leda and the Swan

Leda and the Swan - <1926
Leda and the Swan - <1926
Leda and the Swan - s.d.
Leda and the Swan - s.d.
Leda and the Swan - s.d.
Leda and the Swan - s.d.
Leda and the Swan - s.d. (Credit: www.roumestan-photo.com)
Leda and the Swan - s.d. (Credit: www.roumestan-photo.com)

Orpheus - 1961
Orpheus - 1961
Orpheus, photo from atelier
Orpheus, photo from atelier
Pomona - s.d.
Pomona - s.d.
Erato - s.d.
Erato - s.d.

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