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Fata Morgana (2008)
Oil (39.4x23.6 in)


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This artwork is part of the gallery The Goddess Come Back.

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Fata Morgana 60x100, oil on canvas, golden & silver leaf

One of the most famous and illusive femme fatales is Fata Morgana, also called Morgan Le Fey in Celtic folklore. According to various sources, she was (or continues to be?) simultaneously these many controversial things at once: The sister of King Arthur (while combining this full time job with a demanding position as a Queen of Faeries); High Priestess of Avalon and the defender of the Old Faith of the Celts and in general a powerful so1 Read More

Fata Morgana 60x100, oil on canvas, golden & silver leaf

One of the most famous and illusive femme fatales is Fata Morgana, also called Morgan Le Fey in Celtic folklore. According to various sources, she was (or continues to be?) simultaneously these many controversial things at once: The sister of King Arthur (while combining this full time job with a demanding position as a Queen of Faeries); High Priestess of Avalon and the defender of the Old Faith of the Celts and in general a powerful sorceress. Fata Morgana is also a name of a mirage, an optical phenomenon which results from a temperature inversion. It causes the faraway objects on the horizon to elongate and elevate, appear as some magical castles.

Painting by Karisma (Austria), Oil. Its dimensions are 100x60 cm. This artwork is part of the gallery The Goddess Come Back. Framing options are available for this artwork, please contact us for details.

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