Recreations of Famous Paintings of Myths Using Only My Children’s Toys

By a Woman With Small Children and a PhD in Classics

Sarah Scullin
Jan 30 · 2 min read
Francisco de Goya, “” (1819–1823) and Sarah Scullin, “Kronos Rex” (2019)
Sandro Botticelli, “” (c. 1484) and Sarah Scullin, “Full God and Decapod” (2019)
Giovanni Barbieri (Guercino), “” (1646) and “Sarah Scullin, “When the Party Stops” (2019)
Pompeo Batoni, “” (c. 1750) and Sarah Scullin, “He-Man Fleeing from Troi” (2019)
Francisco de Zurbarán, “” (1634) and Sarah Scullin, “What’s The Matter, Malakili? You Smell Something?” (2019)
Draper Herbert James, “” (c. 1909) and Sarah Scullin, “Scooby Doo and The Spooky Case of the Singing Sirens” (1919)
Frederick Sandys, “” (1866–68) and Sarah Scullin, “Medea’s Dream House” (2019)
Giusseppe Cesari, “” (1602) and Sarah Scullin, “Go Go Perseus” (2019)
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, “” (1861) and Sarah Scullin, “After 10K Years, I’m Free” (2019)
John William Waterhouse, “” (1891) and Sarah Scullin, “Evil-lynvidiosa” (2019)
George Frederic Watts, “” (1885) and Sarah Scullin, “It *is* moo” (2019)

Sarah Scullin is grateful to her son Isaac for his assistance on this project, for letting her borrow his toys, and for accepting that sometimes her job is weird.

idle musings

a blog by the editors of EIDOLON

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Classicist, Writer, Mother. Managing Editor of Eidolon. Finisher of 95% of projects, 100% of the time.

idle musings

a blog by the editors of EIDOLON