Ancient World, Mythology, Parnassus, Parnass, after Poussin
The mountain is sacred to Apollo and the Nymphs and home to the muses
Wood engraving made after a picture by Nicolas Poussin.
Published 1895. On the reverse side is text about Nicolas Poussin.
13 x 18 cm ( 5.1 x 7 ")
Mount Parnassus (Greek: Παρνασσός, Parnassós) is a mountain in Greece above Delphi, north of the Gulf of Corinth. Greek mythology: mountain sacred to Dionysus; to Apollo; to Corycian nymphs, home of the Muses.