Snake Moonlight Limited Edition Print

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This illustration is inspired by the gorgeous, exotic beauty Debra Paget doing the snake dance from the 1959 movie, “The Indian Tomb”. Debra, in the movie called Seetha, dances to honor the hindu goddess of snakes Manasa. The dance as an offering serves to keep the goddess contented and to avoid misfortunes as in this case snake bites. Other cultures as the Hopi natives in Arizona, celebrate dancing rituals dedicated to the serpent like the called “snake-antelope”, a rite in which snakes are released in the four directions to seek rain.

If you are interested in artwork related to snake and serpent culture, have a look at the Snake Wisdom Eye Limited Edition Print.

CUSTOM SIZE: If the size you are thinking of is not included or you want something bigger than 40x60cm, please contact me here.

NOTE: These artworks are drawn by hand and colored / retouched digitally. The artwork is printed on high quality natural matte white paper, and the ‘papyrus paper effect’ is printed onto the white paper.

Shipping Info: Please allow 7-10 days for Europe and 20 days for international orders. Tracking will be sent over via email if requested.

If you want to buy more than 20 units, I recommend to visit the WHOLESALE section.