When considering mythology, Greek mythology is the first that comes into mind. The history of Greek mythology is written on sculptures and canvas for hundreds of years. A literature review on paintings and sculptures of Greek mythology reveals absence of mind dualism, a sub-branch of Greek phylosophy. This study concentrates on the dualism aspect of the 20th century paintings and sculptures about Greek mythology. Specifically, works of art which include heroes of Greek mythology were examined in respect to dualism. As working method; document analysis and review of the literature were conducted about dualism, mythology and Greek mythology. Greek mythology paintings and sculptures from museum and private collections were investigated and their description were gathered. An inventory of the works were made in which they were listed chronologically. As a result of this study, seventeen art works were examined: six sculptures, ten paintings and a wall fresco. These works were analyzed for the presence of dualism. This study concluded with emphasis that dualism as described in paintings and sculptures are part of human life.
Keywords: Greek mythology, 20th century painting and sculpture art, dualism