Dreaming Within the Fields of Hypnos Painting by Roger Williamson

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Painting: Oil on Wood.

The background of the painting provides a medium for dream evocation within the viewer. The whole painting can be summed up as a transportation device. A transportation device to delve into the inner canyons of one's mind.

The god Hypnos was frequently mentioned in literary sources, and associated with poppies and sleep-inducing herbs. Hypnos' wings allowed him to move swiftly over land and sea, and to fan the foreheads of the weary until they fell asleep. His brother was Morpheus, the personification of dreams.


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Dreaming Within the Fields of Hypnos

Roger Williamson

United States

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Size: 28.5 W x 14.8 H x 0.3 in

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