Love Conquers All [ ] Earlier in his career, Caravaggio had challenged contemporary sensibilities with his "sexually provocative and anti-intellectual" Victorious Love, also known as Amor Vincit Omnia , in which a brazenly naked Cupid tramples on emblems of culture and erudition representing music, architecture, warfare, and scholarship.
In 's 1482 , also known by its Italian title La Primavera, Cupid is shown blindfolded while shooting his arrow, positioned above the central figure of Venus.
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The image of Cupid as a bee is part of a complex tradition of poetic imagery involving the flower of youth, the sting of love as a deflowering, and honey as a secretion of love.
In the , the national epic of Rome by the poet , Cupid disguises himself as , the son of who was in turn the son of Venus herself, and in this form he beguiles to fall in love with the hero.