Ceres: In Roman mythology, she is a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She is the Roman counterpart to Greek mythology’s Demeter. Painting by Helena Nelson-Reed.
Additional Images < 3584 of 5186 search results > Ceres Artist: Augustin Pajou (French, Paris Paris) Date: ca. Culture: French, Paris Medium: Buff terracotta with reddish patination Dimensions: 24 x 7 x 7 in. x 19 x 19 cm)
Ceres was the Roman Goddess of agriculture and grain. The word cereal is derived from her name. Goddess of self-nourishment, earth, abundance, She was personified and celebrated by women in secret rituals during festivals. - "Ceres" by Leonor Fini )
So beautiful! Strength Tarot Goddess Psychedelic Art Nouveau by Emily Balivet
Post 1842-Castlegate facing King Street. Archibald Simpson's North of Scotland Bank, which would become the Clydesdale Bank and later converted into a bar and restaurant. The foundation stone was laid on January 20th 1840 and this majestic building with its giant corinthian columns opened on October 31st 1842. Above the corner portico sits the terracotta sculpture of Ceres, goddess of plenty, designed by James Giles.