Apollo's School Days



Apollo's School-DaysImage is of a boy child sitting on the lap of a Satyr The boy named in the title of the image                         as Apollo is nude with a bow tied in his hair and he holds a panflute while the satyr instructs                         him on how to hold the instrument The presence of the panflute suggests the satyr may be Pan                         and Pans arms are wrapped around the child Apollo and Pan helps hold up the flute to Apollos mouth                         Pan and Apollo are sitting outdoors, in what appears to be a garden, with different flowers                         surrounding them there are some tulips irises daffodils hyacinths dandelions and plenty of long grass                         To the right of Apollos foot is a turtle that crawls upwards towards the two What appears to be the                         authors signature is in the lowerleft corner contained within a small doublelined circle the                         signature is a 3pointed white plant with black stem The image reproducers signature Hare Sc is                         in the lower right corner The image is vertically displayed



MLA citation: Duncan, John. "Apollo's School-Days." The Evergreen 1 (1895): 39. The Yellow Nineties Online. Ed. Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra. Ryerson University, 2016. Web. [Date of access]