Galathea is my digital interpretation of a classic font of the same name. I've seen it in several sources always with this name, but not in digital.
A beautiful and graceful italic font, apparently without a matching roman, Galathea was named for Pygmalion's mythical female creation. Because of the steep incline of the letters, a LOT of kerning is employed to make them fit together neatly. If the program you're using doesn't support kerning, you will get imperfect spacing. Works well paired with a Garamond.
1920s, 1930s, Art Deco, Font, Serif