Pandarus Shoots the Arrow
Painting by Koen Satyawan based on a sketch by Frederick John Kluth
“Pandarus Shoots the Arrow” is painting three out of twelve in the “Pandarus Broke the Truce – A Tale from the Iliad of Homer” series. Painting by Koen Satyawan based on a sketch by Frederick John Kluth. Pandarus shoots the arrow. Panders brave but full of indulgence listened well to a seductive pleasure. Take your bow and strike down Menelaus. Paris will reward you with much treasure. Pandarus liked the speech and strung his bow. He fit the arrow from his quiver strong, and shot the arrow toward its target. Athena made certain that his shaft went wrong.