RESTING NYMPH (greeting card)
The painting Resting Nymph was made in 1870 by a leading painter of the classicism of the German 19th-century school.
According greek and latin mythology nymphs were young extraordinary beautiful women, who lived free in wild nature. Their origins were divine, not immortal but they lived for a long period, half goddesses half women. They were strong associated with Artemis (roman equivalent: Diana), the hellenic goddess of hunt, wild animals, wilderness, childbirth, virginity. Nymphs sung and drunk wine among other deities in woods and also many times took care of gods in their childhood.
Card size: DIN A6 (10 x 15 cm)
Greeting card with fold and white space inside to write down any compliments, description on the backside.
Premium quality envelope inclusive.