Edmund Dulac: Gods and Mortals in Love

Selene and Endymion

Selene and Endymion, an Edmund Dulac illustration to Gods and Mortals in Love. The Titan pantheon predates the Olympians and its goddess of the moon was Selene.  Selene fell in love with the mortal Endymion's beauty as he slept. She begged Zeus to put him into an eternal sleep where he remained ageless and beautiful forever.  Every night, she visited him where he slept. Selene and Endymion had fifty daughters. The Titan pantheon predates the Olympians and its goddess of the moon was Selene. Selene fell in love with the mortal Endymion's beauty as he slept. She begged Zeus to put him into an eternal sleep where he remained ageless and beautiful forever. Every night, she visited him where he slept. Selene and Endymion had fifty daughters.

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Title: Selene and Endymion - Edmund Dulac

Media: 100% acid free, cotton rag museum art paper. Soft white.

Size: 13 x 15 inches

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Tile: 'Psyche and Cerberus' is also available as part of the Gods and Mortals in Love tile set.

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