Leda and the Swan, by John Covert is on display at the Seattle Art Museum. Here is the SAM description of this artwork:
Homer’s Odyssey tells of the beautiful Leda, wife of the king of Sparta, so desired by Zeus that he transformed himself into a beautiful swan and seduced her. This highly charged subject became a favorite theme of artists, especially in the period following the rise of Sigmund Freud, when many openly addressed sexual fantasy. Although Covert’s image is initially erotic, viewers familiar with the artist’s source in classical literature will appreciate the spare, highly abstract, visual pun.