Petrosinella Painting by Arnaud Cayla Xene

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Painting: Acrylic, Tempera on Cardboard.

Now it happened one day, when the ogress had left the tower, that Petrosinella put her head out of the little window, and let loose her tresses in the sun; and the son of a prince passing by saw those two golden banners, which invited all souls to enlist under the standard of Love; and beholding with amazement in the midst of those gleaming waves a siren's face, that enchanted all hearts (...)

Basile, Giambattista. "Petrosinella." The Pentamerone, or The Story of Stories. John Edward Taylor, translator. London: David Bogue, 1850.

Source > http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/rapunzel/stories/petros.html


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Petrosinella

Arnaud Cayla Xene

Spain

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Size: 5.3 W x 8.7 H x 0.8 in

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