Le Colosse de Rhodes imaginaire
Public domain work of Achille Deferis, 19th-century France, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description
Achille Deveria was a French painter, lithographer and photographer born in 1807 in Paris and died in 1857. He was a student of the famous French painter Ingres. He was known for his portraits and genre paintings, but also made a considerable contribution to photography in his time. He was one of the first French photographers to experiment with the daguerreotype process, and he quickly gained a reputation for his skill and artistry. His photographic work is mostly known for his portraits and landscapes.
Greek myths, art, and architecture have captivated the imaginations of artists since the renaissance.