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Leda And The Swan Attributed To Fernand Quignon
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"Leda And The Swan Attributed To Fernand Quignon"
Oil on canvas mounted on wooden panel representing Leda and the Swan. Zeus seeing Leda, the wife of the king of Sparta Tyndare, bathing in the river Euratos, desired her. To approach it, he conceived the trick to ask Aphrodite to change into an eagle and to pretend to pursue him, himself transformed into a swan. Leda took the poor, feared swan in her arms, and Zeus took the opportunity to unite with her. But the same day, Leda had loved her husband, and two eggs resulted from these unions, each containing two children: Castor and Pollux and Helena (of Troy) and Clytemnestra. Painting attributed to Fernand Quignon 1854 - 1941 Painter of figures, animated landscapes, landscapes. Associate of French Artists since 1888. He received a third class medal in 1888, bronze in 1889 (Universal Exhibition), second class in 1891, silver in 1900 (Universal Exhibition)
Price : 650 €
Artist : Attribué à Fernand Quignon
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Bon état

Material : Huile sur panneau
Length: 31 cm
Height : 19 cm

Reference : 444922
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Galerie Saunier Sylvain
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Leda And The Swan Attributed To Fernand Quignon
06 69 13 15 92
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