Visit the image gallery at http://www.pantheon.org and other websites to find an image, such as a painting, sculpture, or architectural representation of a mythological divinity and give the title, the artist, the source you retrieved it from, and a brief description.
What does the image represent from the myth it is based on?
How does the image represent the god's relationship to humankind?
Let's keep to the Titans for the sake of simplicity; in this case, the female Titan, Themis. Here is a photo spread about the restoration of a statue of her.:
Picture 06 is the one of her totally restored.
Here's another ancient statue done by the sculptor Chairestratos roughly in the third century BC:
So, who is she?
She is the model of the women used to represent justice.
Her specific function (again, typical of the Titans) were to give their civilization a sense or order and peace.
Both Zeus and Poseidon ...
The image's representation of the Titan Themis and her relation to human kind is determined.