Marriage of Cupid and Psyche Attendees Tote

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Scene from Le Mariage de Psych et de l`Amour

Large inside pocket with Fully lined Satin interior. Front panel is also a large pocket .  Scene from The Lovers  marriage image on the front is a pocket..
Solid  deep  French Dove Grey  color Chenille on  straps and back of bag.

•Bag measurements: Botton 14 inches wide 16 inches wide opening.
16 1/2 inches deep. With 13 inch comfortable Strap . Vintage Tarnished Brass buttons on front straps 

 About the  ARTIST and The Art : 
François Boucher 1703 1770  
Location: Louvre Museum Paris France

STORY :Once upon a time there was a King with three daughters. They were all beautiful, but by far the most beautiful was the youngest, Psyche. She was so beautiful that people began to neglect the worship of Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. Venus was very jealous, and asked her son Cupid (the boy with the arrows) to make Psyche fall in love with a horrible monster. When he saw how beautiful she was, Cupid dropped the arrow meant for her and pricked himself, and fell in love..The Greek version of the myth of Psyche and Cupid (also known as Eros) is known to have existed in Grecian art as early at the fourth century BC. Psyche's Father AKA Rex depicted her as he looks on to the marriage of forbidden Love.