The subject of this painting was once thought to be Jupiter and Antiope, but in Ovid's account of the myth, the nymph Antiope was not asleep. In any event, the theme of a satyr disrobing a sleeping nymph was a common one.
Another version of the subject is in the Kunsthaus, Zurich. Until very recently the National Gallery's painting was thought to be a copy of a lost original by Poussin.
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