I'm reminded of these images:
Jason and His Teacher
Displayed above are a few of the works by twentieth century painter and illustrator Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966). Note the striking colors ("Parrish blue"), the romance, and paradisiacal setting of each of these pieces. By developing a technique that combined the usage of oil, varnish and photography, Maxfield Parrish was in a league of his own.
While the words of Nessum Dorma might bear little relevance to any of these paintings, with it's sweeping romanticism and beautiful note progression, it provokes an Elysium evocation that is also recognizable in Perrish's works.