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I indulged in Smoke and Mirrors, Double Meanings, Hidden Messages, Madness, etc., on my blog during May and June of 2018. But the unraveling began in March 2018.


Sunday, May 31, 2015

"Orpheus and Eurydice" – Postcard

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This week I have the honor of being the guest host for Sunday Postcard Art and I chose the challenge theme of "Greek Mythology."

I love the variety of stories in Greek Mythology. One of my favorites is Orpheus and Eurydice.

The pen and ink drawing is Orpheus and Eurydice by Filippo Pedrini  (I covered over the woman's top.)

The red Orpheus in the foreground is from Orpheus, a general history of religions by Salomon Reinach  

The words in the foreground are from the poem Orpheus and Eurydice by Hugh Donald Barclay.  

The music notes are from La lecon Tyrolienne by Amédée de Beauplan 

The Greek writing in the background is from Orphica by Gottfried Heinrich Schäfer 

I created this using GIMP 2.8.14.

The font is Georgia Bold


Karla B said...

Lovely card Anne!

indybev said...

What a great example! Well done.

Deborah said...

A really beautiful postcard, Anne. I love that touch of reddish brown you used for ORPHEUS. Once again, many thanks for hosting this week's SPA - and this' month's Tag Along xx.

Electra said...

This is beautiful!