Info about the Amor vincit omnia Motto
The popular Latin phrase or motto "Amor vincit omnia" is used to encapsulate the beliefs, inspiration, interests or ideals of a person or a group of people.
The phrase has inspired authors, musicians and artists throughout the ages. In 1602 the great baroque Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio created a painting that he called "Amor vincit omnia" or Love Conquers all.
The painting depicts love (amor) as Cupid the Roman god of love) victorious over the natural sciences that are represented by the figure carelessly trampling over items such as a compass, book and pen with the confidence and assuredness that he (love) can conquer all.