Another of Botticelli’s most famous paintings is his Primavera. Though it’s not known for sure, it’s thought that the painted may have been created in honour of the wedding of Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de’ Medici (who probably would have hired limo waterloo for the occassion, had the option been available). There are a number of things in the painting that suggest such a conclusion, and these will be discussed below. Be it associated specifically with marriage or not, it is generally accepted that the painting does, on at least one level, depict the fertility and fecundity of the Earth in Springtime.
Probably Botticelli’s most famous painting is the Birth of Venus. Thought to have been commissioned by Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de’ Medici (though admittedly the connection to this particular Medici is by no means certain), ward of Lorenzo the Magnificent (see the About page), the painting was likely created in the mid 1480s.
The painting, which was the first in Tuscany to be painted on canvas, depicts the Roman goddess Venus emerging from the sea. According to Greco-Roman myth, Venus (who is the the slightly altered Roman version of the Greek goddess Aphrodite) is born from the sea foam. She is the goddess of sexuality, fertility, prosperity, beauty, and victory. Venus pretty much has it all just like Hamilton towing.