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We see an artistic interpretation of the myth. Jupiter longed for his son to be immortal. The child gave birth to him an ordinary woman. In order for the baby to live forever, it was necessary to press him to the magnificent breast of the goddess Juno herself. Her miraculous milk was to give immortality. Juno was taken by surprise and involuntarily staggered back. Milk suddenly sprinkled in all about. As a result, the famous Milky Way appeared.
The composition of this canvas is incredibly reverent. It is built on a striking contrast between the handmaiden, whom Jupiter sent to Juno, and the goddess. A maid invades from somewhere outside the space of this canvas. Juno's magnificent body is written with special love. It impresses with its shapes and delicate skin color.
The maid’s flight is harsh, and the goddess’s movements are incredibly soft. Such a contrast can charm anyone.
Below Tintoretto depicts wonderful angels. They hold various characters that demonstrate love. One of these cute creatures holds the net. Most likely, this is a special symbol of deception, which Jupiter involuntarily resorts to in order for his son to become immortal. The eagle soaring in the background has always symbolized power. The peacocks on the right are also not accidentally depicted. They were the constant companions of Hera. The cart of the goddess was set in motion by these magnificent birds.
The riot of colors is impressive. The artist masterfully depicts skin color. It is so natural that the characters seem alive. A bright spot is the maid’s robe and the luxurious fabrics on which Juno rests. Tintoretto enjoys the vibrant colors. His whole picture seems to be imbued with the sun. Mythological heroes become as alive as possible. In this creation, dynamism is felt. It seems like another moment, and all the characters miraculously come to life.