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If you thought all had been done with greek-like model, you haven't seen Young Greek 8 by *MerlinsMoonShadow the sky blending with the water or the bright yellow daffodil among the dead copses surely won't fail to inspire many artists (
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Hate to be the smarty pants, but technically he's a Roman boy as he's wearing a toga. Togas are Roman, not greek. Greeks often wore a chiton, a type of tunic, and also wore various other garments, but not togas.
this reminds me of an old greek myth.
where i forget who.. but it was a guy... he was so in
love with himself.. that he stood by the river staring at his reflection all the time.. so the evil lady [forgets who also] turns him into some flower.. && he has to stay by the river forever staring down on his reflection in the water.
Narcis is a flower
The name Narcissus is derived from that of the youth of Greek mythology called Narkissos, who, in at least one of many variations of the tale, became so obsessed with his own reflection as he kneeled and gazed into a pool of water that he fell into the water and drowned. The legend continues that the Narcissus plant first sprang from where he died