LEDA & SWAN (greeting card)
Leda and the Swan
In Greek mythology, Leda (Ancient Greek: ____) was daughter of the Aetolian king Thestius, and wife of king Tyndareus (_________) of Sparta. Her myth gave rise to the popular motif in Renaissance and later art of Leda and the Swan. She was the mother of Helen (_____) of Troy, Clytemnestra (_____________), and Castor and Pollux (______ ___ __________, also spelled Kastor and Polydeuces).
Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan.
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.
SKU: GCARD-P26 Categories: Greeting Cards, Historical Paintings Tags: Ancient Hellas, Greek, Greeting Card, Helen, Historical Painting, Leda, Message Card, Myth, Mythology, Nude, Swan, Troy, Zeus