Oil on board, 24" x 36", free shipping in the continental United States. Hand crafted, black lacquer floating frame included. Please contact us with any questions or to see images of frame. This is an original painting. There is only one available.
Daphne and Apollo is one of the more well-known Greek myths. As Apollo pursued the unwilling Daphne, she pleaded to her father, the river god Peneus, for help. Peneus felt compassion for his daughter and transformed her into a bay laurel tree. In this representation, Daphne appears to be performing a solitary dance in the meadow as she metamorphoses. She is shown in a state of introspection and emotional quietude. This painting has been featured in numerous publications including The Art Renewal Center’s International Salon Catalogue, “Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art” and “Infected by Art, Volume 3.”