ECHO & NARCISSUS
Mylonogianni Gallery, Chania / 2006
Mylonogianni Gallery, Chania / 2009
Dr Immoreales lab
Echo & Narcissus
2015. Acrylic on unprimed canvas (detail), 130X130cm
Exhibited: Catholic Church of Chania, Chaniart 2013
Echo and Narcissus, 2018.
76X56cm, ink and acrylic on handmade paper 350gr
Thomas Bulfinch (1796–1867). Age of Fable: Vols. I & II: Stories of Gods and Heroes.
XIII. b. Echo and Narcissus
...“Who’s here?” Echo replied, “Here.” Narcissus looked around, but seeing no one called out, “Come.” Echo answered, “Come.” As no one came, Narcissus called again, “Why do you shun me?” Echo asked the same question. “Let us join one another,” said the youth. The maid answered with all her heart in the same words, and hastened to the spot, ready to throw her arms about his neck. He started back, exclaiming, “Hands off! I would rather die than you should have me!” “Have me,” said she; but it was all in vain. He left her, and she went to hide her blushes in the recesses of the woods...