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This is an archival PRINT of an original painting by artist Belinda Joynes.

The original painting was based on Celtic mythology:

"Ravens figure heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death – especially the death of warriors in battle. Celtic war goddesses often took the form of a raven and many of the Celtic goddesses are linked with the raven or crow. Raven is also the totem of the pan-Celtic Sorceress/Goddess Morgan le Fay, who was also called the Queen of Faeries. In some tales, she is Queen of the Dubh Sidhe, or Dark Faeries, who were a race of tricksters who often took the form of ravens. I wanted to challenge this dark depiction of both the female goddess and the raven and instead create a work that celebrates femininity, strength and connection to nature."

The Guardian - A3 Print

  • * It is printed on A3 paper measuring 11.7 x 16.5 inches (29.7 x 42 cm) and has a white border around the image for framing.
    * This print will fit an A3 sized frame with a white border (frame is not included). 
    * It will come in a plastic sleeve to protect it from the weather and inside a flat cardboard mailer.
    * This print is printed on Epson Heavyweight Archival Matte Paper with Archival Epson Claria Inks.


  • In the case of items arriving damaged, a full refund will be issued.

    If you are not completely happy with an item I will be happy to refund your money (less the cost of shipping). The item must be returned to me in it's original condition before a refund will be given and the cost of return shipping is the responsibility of the customer.

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