The Garden of the Hesperides, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, 1869/73
"The Garden of the Hesperides" by Frederick, Lord Leighton, 1892
Atlas offers the Hesperides apples to Heracles, drawing from a Lekythos, Athena painter, c. 490/480 BC, National Archaeological Museum Athens, Inv. 1132..
Where are the Hesperides? (See this American Newspaper Map)
(The treasury of the Epidamnians) contains the heavenly sphere supported by Atlas, and also Herakles and the apple-tree of the Hesperids, with the serpent coiled about it. These too are of cedar-wood, the work of Theokles, the son of Hegylos, who is stated by the inscription on the sphere to have assisted his son in the making.
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