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Selkie Celtic sea goddess legend giclee print

Selkie Celtic sea goddess legend giclee print

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival inks, fine art presentation paper
  • Favorited by: 572 people
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"The Selkie"

A rendition of my Selkie print appears on the cover of Barbara Emanuelson's new book "Mariah's Song"

According to legends of the far reaches of Ireland and Scotland, a Selkie is able to discard her seal skin and come ashore as a beautiful maiden. If a human can capture her seal skin, the selkie can be forced to become a fine, if wistful, wife. However, should she ever find her skin she immediately returns to the sea, leaving the husband to pine and die.

This is a fine art giclee reproduction of a hand colored engraving by Rachel Badeau.
It is printed with archival inks on Epson paper and comes in a plastic sleeve with a brief explaination of the giclee process and "About the Artist". Shipped in a rigid mailer.

It is printed on Epson Ultra Premium Matte paper- 8" x 11" with a white border for framing.

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Rachel Badeau has been a professional artist for over thirty years. Her work has been sold in stores and galleries across the US and abroad.

She also offers unique jewelry, ornaments, etchings and giclee prints on ebay.

Thanks for looking!


Rachel Badeau -Moosup Valley Designs

Note: Colors may vary due to scanning and computer screens.

All designs copyrighted to Rachel Badeau
"The Selkie"

A rendition of my Selkie print appears on the cover of Barbara Emanuelson's new book "Mariah's Song"

According to legends of the far reaches of Ireland and Scotland, a Selkie is able to discard her seal skin and come ashore as a beautiful maiden. If a human can capture her seal skin, the selkie can be forced to become a fine, if wistful, wife. However, should she ever find her skin she immediately returns to the sea, leaving the husband to pine and die.

This is a fine art giclee reproduction of a hand colored engraving by Rachel Badeau.
It is printed with archival inks on Epson paper and comes in a plastic sleeve with a brief explaination of the giclee process and "About the Artist". Shipped in a rigid mailer.

It is printed on Epson Ultra Premium Matte paper- 8" x 11" with a white border for framing.

.
Rachel Badeau has been a professional artist for over thirty years. Her work has been sold in stores and galleries across the US and abroad.

She also offers unique jewelry, ornaments, etchings and giclee prints on ebay.

Thanks for looking!


Rachel Badeau -Moosup Valley Designs

Note: Colors may vary due to scanning and computer screens.

All designs copyrighted to Rachel Badeau

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