A print from the original painting by Emily Balivet, 2010.
Printed on matte Kodak Endura paper, the print measures 16x20 with a .5" white border allowance. The print is signed and dated on the back and ships flat.
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Lilith is the primal feminine aspect of dark sexuality.
She is the mythological first wife of Adam who refused to be subservient to Adam's authority and had a preference for being "on top". In a rage she spread her wings and flew away from the garden of Eden. She has often been demonized as a vampiric succubus, stealing the lives of children and seducing men in the night.
In modern mythology Lilith has become a symbol of the independent woman who refuses to submit to the control of men. She is primal, unfettered sexual dominance and power.