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Aurélie Guillerey, La sirène
Photos, Petite Sirène, Mermaids Sardine, Illustrations, La Sirène, Petite, Carnetimaginaire Aurélie, Aurélie Guillerey, Aurelie Guillerey
Ilustration Mermaid sardines
Aurélie Guillerey | La petite sirène à l'huil
La petite sirène à l'huile - Aurelie Guillerey #illustration #food
La petite sirène à l'huile | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from the Yoruba religion said to be the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children. Blessed Mother
Yolanda Fundora, Afro Cuban, Goddesses, The Ocean, Cuban Art, Mermaids Tail, Mermaids Art, Black Mermaids, The Sea
Yolanda Fundora - "Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess" mermaid art
YEMAYA is the Afrocuban spelling of the Yoruba Orisa Yemoja. Goddess of the Ogun River & all waters, especially the sea, her name comes from the Yoruba “Yeye emo eja” & means: “Mother whose children are the fishes”. She represents motherhood, nurturing, healing. Normally gentle & calm, her anger is swift & terrible like a tsunami. She is the Mother of the world and sustains all living things. She is portrayed with a split mermaid tail, which is known today as the symbol for Starbucks coffee.
Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from the Yoruba religion said to be the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children.
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blackgirlphresh: Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from...
~Pretty Peach Hues~
#Sparking #pink #mermaid #bubbly #champagne colored #scales
Absolutely golden Mermaid pic!
♒ Mermaids Among Us ♒ art photography paintings of sea sirens water maidens - champagne mermaid
Champagne Mermaid, Sirens Art, Diy Art, Art Photography, Peaches Hues, Pink Mermaid, Fantasy Mermaid, Golden Mermaid, De Sereia
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.
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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.
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heracliteanfire: 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. (via British Museum)
Mermaids, Blair Hughes-Stanton, 1932. Vignette of...
Mermaid Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART
Drawing Tutorials, Mermaids Tutorials, Drawing Art, Art Drawings, Drawings Mermaids, Mermaids Drawings Tutorials, Twisted Fantasy, Drawings Stuff, Drawings Ideas
Mermaid Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART How to draw mermaids
Mermaid Drawing Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART
Mermaid Tutorial by Twisted--Fantasy on deviantART
Hors Tattoo, Posters Design, Vintage Mermaids, A Tattoo, Mermaids Tattoo, Pinup, Mermaids Art, Pin Up Mermaids, Sweet Tattoo
Mermaid pin up: Pin Up Mermaid, Mermaid Art, Mermaid Tattoo, Hors Tattoo, Posters Design, A Tattoo, Pinup, Vintage Mermaid, Sweets Tattoo
Mermaid & Octopus No. 4 | David Delamare
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♒ Mermaids Among Us ♒ art photography paintings of sea sirens water maidens - Mermaid Octopus No. 4
Mermaid Painting by David Delamare ...
David Delamare - Mermaid & Octopus No. 4 #mermaids #octopus
I like the relationship - Mermaid and Octopus art photography & paintings of sea sirens & water maidens - Mermaid & Octopus No. 4
old painting mermaid
tentacle spectacle - themagicfarawayttree: David Delamare - Mermaid &...
'A Metaphor for Love' illustration by Dan Santat. via the artist on flickr
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Octopus by Dan Santat
'A Metaphor for Love' illustration by Dan Santat. via the artist on #graphic design #advertising| http://illustrations-posters-juston.blogspot.com
by Dan Santat art giant squid tiny boat
'A Metaphor for Love' illustration by Dan Santat. via the artist on #cover book #book covering #book cover #3d book cover| http://workout-exercises-4001.blogspot.com
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Mexican Mermaid Sirena | ceramic figure of a guitar playing mermaid by Jose Garcia Antonio of San Antonino Castillo Velasco, Mexico City.
Oaxacan ceramic art
Beautiful Mermaid Sculpture
Sirena Mermaid Oaxaca - Concepcion Aguilar
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Sirena Mermaid Oaxaca - Concepcion Aguilar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Sirena Mermaid Oaxaca - Sirena oaxaqueña de barro.
A beautiful mermaid cradles her beloved octopus, by Concepcion Aguilar of Ocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico
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mermaidsofcolor: Photo by Karen Elwell Artist who made the...
A beautiful mermaid cradles her beloved octopus. This ceramic artwork was created by Concepcion Aguilar of Ocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico❤❤❤
Mermaid with Octopus (Teyacapan)
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.
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Celtic Mermaid Tile
Handmade Celtic mermaid and seal ceramic tile by earthsongtiles, $42.95
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. GUYS THIS IS MY TATTOO!
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Faroese Stamp of the Selkie myth, from Scottish Love ballads by Carolyn Emerick's The Archivist's Corner www.carolynemeric...
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I've always loved the selkie legends. This stamp is evocative and mystical, and the circle dance a powerful emblem.... Faroese Stamp of the Selkie myth, from Scottish Love ballads by Carolyn Emerick's The Archivist's Corner http://www.carolynemerick.com/2/post/2014/02/scottish-love-ballads.html
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Faroa islands stamp of the selkie legend
Selkie - a ring of selkies circle Malcolm in the water when he almost drowns
Scottish Love Ballads
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This is a picture of a Siren! Kind of a dark take on mermaids but its fascinating and haunting. I love it but don't know the artist
I love the "evil mermaid" theme.
i LOVE the dark side of mermaids!
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Deadly kiss sirens were honestly just mermaid vampires yet people always laugh at me when I say that's what I wish I was lol
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mermaid kisses deep sea diver pen & ink drawing
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),
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The Mixoparthenos (half-maiden), is a hybrid creature with a double fish-tail from the Black Sea. The limestone sculpture dates back to the 1st-2nd century CE and comes from Panticapaeum in Taurica (Crimea, Kerch).
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. Its form 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 (4.9.2). The limestone sculpture dates back to the 1st-2nd century CE and comes from Panticapaeum (Crimea, Kerch).
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.
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Koi Mermaid, Jill Johansen, SciFi Fantasy Art
Koi Mermaid by JillJohansen
mythical creatures israeli mermaid mythical creatures. Beautiful mermaid.
Koi Mermaid - an idea for a tattoo love this idea best of both !
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Minnow Prints, Minnow Paintings, Art Prints, Fine Art, Mermaids Fin Paintings, Art Mermaids, Mermaids Art, Linda Olsen, Minnow Fine
School Of Minnows Painting - School Of Minnows Fine Art Print
Mermaids Paintings - School of Minnows by Linda Olsen
school of minnows prints
Early Staffordshire Pottery mermaid