The House of Leda in Pompeii is renowned for its sensual frescoes, notably the famous depiction of Leda and the Swan.

This residence showcases the allure of the myth with a main fresco portraying Jupiter, transformed into a swan, attempting to seduce Leda, the queen of Sparta. Located in a cubiculum next to a corridor adorned with the figure of Priapus, this fresco epitomizes the Fourth Style, which also adorns the now-collapsed ceiling.

The house also features frescoes of Narcissus and Mercury, enriching it with layers of mythology and culture.