Discover all the things that inspire you
You can also sign in with
There's more Travel Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
They used Pinterest to plan a dream trip
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
billion Pins
to explore
seconds to
sign up (free!)


Back to


  • 276 Pins

Aurélie Guillerey, La sirène

Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from the Yoruba religion said to be the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children. Blessed Mother

blackgirlphresh: Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from...

~Pretty Peach Hues~

An ivory obi-hasami netsuke of a merman. Late 19th century With a humanoid head and holding his hands over his ears, the straight fish body with a curled tail fin, and a roundel carved with a coral branch amidst waves on his stomach. On the reverse a seal in raised characters reading Koku.

An ivory obi-hasami netsuke of a merman. Late 19th century

Mermaids, Blair Hughes-Stanton, 1932. Vignette of two mermaids with drowned sailor; wood-engraved illustration to Milton’s ‘Four Poems’, published by Gregynog Press, 1933.

Mermaids, Blair Hughes-Stanton, 1932. Vignette of...

Mermaid Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART

Mermaid Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART

El Gato Gomez Painting Retro 1950s Mermaid Black Cat Bongo Kitschy Hawaii Hula | eBay


Because this narwhal believes in unconditional love, no matter who you are. 3

Because this narwhal believes in unconditional... - chibird

Vintage mermaid

Mermaid & Octopus No. 4 | David Delamare

tentacle spectacle - themagicfarawayttree: David Delamare - Mermaid &...

'A Metaphor for Love' illustration by Dan Santat. via the artist on flickr


Sirena Mermaid Oaxaca - Concepcion Aguilar

A beautiful mermaid cradles her beloved octopus, by Concepcion Aguilar of Ocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico

Nefera De Nile Mermaid Monster High OOAK | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Selkies are mythological creatures found in Faroese, Icelandic, Irish, and Scottish folklore. The word derives from earlier Scots selich,. Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land.

Faroese Stamp of the Selkie myth, from Scottish Love ballads by Carolyn Emerick's The Archivist's Corner www.carolynemeric...

Scottish Love Ballads




The Mixoparthenos (Greek: Μιξοπάρθενος) was a Greek mythological figure, a variety of Siren somewhat akin to a Mermaid, traditionally hailing from the Black Sea region. The name means "half-maiden" and is the surname of the Furies. The form of the Mixoparthenos is distinctive - above the waist, a beautiful woman, but covered with scales from waist down, ending in a double snake-tail. Some versions have the Mixoparthenos ending in a double fish-tail. In Herodotus's Histories (4.9.2),

Yet another mermaid? I know, sorry, but this Asian themed mer is just so enchanting, I can't help but include her as a yet another potential fairy-tale character in my Amphibians novel.

artist unknown


Early Staffordshire Pottery mermaid