This is one of my favorite Halloween pieces I’ve done. It’s called Sluagh of the Unicorn and is inspired by Scottish folklore.
Lewis Spence writes in ‘The Magic Arts in Celtic Britain’:
“In the Western Isles of Scotland the Sluagh, or fairy host, was regarded as composed of the souls of the dead flying through the air, and the feast of the dead at Hallowe’en was likewise the festival of the fairies.”
This is a gallery-quality 13″ x 19″ art print on archival paper, printed with archival inks. This illustration is part of a series of 12 unicorn pieces from my 2018 calendar The Year of the Unicorn.
This is a gallery-quality, art print on archival paper, printed with archival inks.
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