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Titled " Birth of the Beauty ," the Neoclassical Pop Art artwork inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's drawing "Leda and the Swan", created in ca. 1503, currently at the Devonshire Collection.
The story of Leda and the Swan is the subject of two lost artworks by Leonardo da Vinci. However, a number of drawings were preserved, as well as copies in oils.
Leda and the Swan source from the Greek mythology story portraying god Zeus takes the form of a swan seducing, and raping Queen Leda, the wife of the King of Sparta, which led to the birth of Zeus's children, Helen and Polydeuces of Swan eggs.
Leonardo was engaged with the theme of Leda during the time he was working on Mona Lisa. His lost painting was described by Cassiano del Pozzo in 1625: "A standing figure of Leda almost entirely naked, with the swan at her and two eggs, from whose broken shells come forth four babies, This work, although somewhat dry in style, is exquisitely finished, especially in the woman's breast; and for the rest of the landscape and the plant life are rendered with the greatest diligence. Unfortunately, the picture is in a bad state because it is done on three long panels which have split apart and broken off a certain amount of paint."
This Metal print is made from 100% recycled aluminum, and the surface is scratch resistant, weatherproof, and waterproof. Easy to clean with glass cleaner, but please avoid direct sunlight exposure.