The Fates - Original Ink Drawing

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The Fates - Original Ink Drawing

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They shared one eye and one tooth, which they took turns using. By stealing their eye, the hero Perseus forced them to tell the whereabouts of the Medusa, so that he may behead her.

In Greek mythology these sisters were the daughters of the sea deities Phorcys and Ceto and are related to the Gorgons. The three sisters usually were referred to as one and had many names; Graeae, Grey Witches, Grey Sisters, Phorcides and more.

 

• Brush and ink on bright white Yupo paper
• Fit comfortably in a standard 9X12 frame
• Signed by artist Jacob Walker
• Shipped flat and protected, USPS First Class

 

For the upcoming, Monsters of Literature book.

Image © Jacob Walker

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