Aurora is a 1621 mythological fresco painting by Italian Baroque artist Guercino.
Guercino, also known as Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, painted Aurora on the ceiling of the Villa Aurora, a historical building in Rione Ludovisi in Rome, Italy. It was painted in 1621 for art connoisseur Cardinal Ludovico Ludovisi, nephew of Pope Pope Gregory XV.
The fresco depicts Aurora, the Roman goddess of dawn and poetry, flying across the morning sky announcing that the sun has arrived, an act she undertakes each morning after resetting herself.
Guercino’s Aurora is in the Villa Aurora in Rome, Italy.