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The Lady of Shalott - The lake

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Published: May 11, 2011
© 2011 - 2019 Lowenael
Second part of a triptych commissioned by :iconash-crow: inspired by the song "The Lady of Shalott" by Loreena McKennitt [link]

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nilescclover's avatar
wow! that's awesome. I wrote a poem when I saw this one.


bracing, resting there
against the
now fallen tree trunk
she lies listening in for
her call to
engage in her own dance to
end her painful life.

love it. Love 
Cel140's avatar
Cel140Student General Artist
OOOHHH I love this!
Lady-Adly's avatar
Lady-Adly Traditional Artist
Oh brilliant picture, Brilliant song!!:iconiloveitplz:
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PoetrymannProfessional Writer
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Fandre77's avatar
Superbe!
J'adore l'atmosphère et les sublimes drapés de cette robe!
Très beau travail :heart:
Ayumeria's avatar
C'est très beau! J'aime tout!! La pose rend très bien, j'adore toujours autant tes vêtements et le brouillard donne une ambiance triste, mélancolique! Superbe
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FrostyOgreProfessional Artist
Lovely work!
Feliane's avatar
FelianeHobbyist Writer
Très beau, belle atmosphère et on sent bien l'abandon du personnage. Et j'aime bcp la chanson en question :D
Lweeling's avatar
LweelingHobbyist Traditional Artist
J'aime beaucoup son aspect très Ophélie, la brume donne un côté angoissant à la scène =)
Rakiah's avatar
Ça promet déjà !
J'aime beaucoup les drapés, beau boulot ! ^^
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AmaethilHobbyist General Artist
Très très belle. J'adore sa tenue et la pose est bien rendue. Il me tarde de voir la suite !
cjtremlett's avatar
Which is of course setting Tennyson's poem to music. *g* I love what McKennitt does with poems like that.

And this is a beautiful piece!
The-Skylord's avatar
Wow, this is amazing, she is beautiful.
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