Greek folklore describes the Chimera as a fire-breathing beast who was the offspring of Typhon and Echinda, and the sibling of Cerberus (the three-headed dog) and the Hyrda. A lion with the head of a goat and the tail of a snake, she killed cattle and brough terror to the country. The Chimera was slain by Bellerophon as he rode the winged horse Pegasus.
Fine art print on 230 gsm quality archival matte photo paper in a protective plastic sleeve.
Size of work: 8.25 inches wide by 11.75 inches long
We import these directly through a local artist in Sweden.
This is a reprint of the original copyright drawing.
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