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A painting of Emma Hamilton as Medea. Painted by English portrait painter George Romney in 1786, it depicts Emma Hamilton–Romney's muse and mistress of Lord Horatio Nelson–as Medea.

Done by English painter John William Waterhouse in 1907, this painting depicts the first time Medea meets Jason and the potion she prepares to aid Jason in the challenge her father has set for him.

Painted by English painter Frederick Sandys between 1866 and 1868, Medea is pictured preparing the poisoned chest to give to the Princess of Corinth.
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