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Mermaid Syndrom Posters
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Mermaid Syndrom by George Grie,
Tales of mermaids are nearly universal. The first known mermaid stories appeared in Assyria, ca. 1000 BCE. Atargatis, the mother of Assyrian queen Semiramis, was a goddess who loved a mortal shepherd and in the process killed him. Ashamed, she jumped into a lake to take the form of a fish, but the waters would not conceal her divine nature. Thereafter, she took the form of a mermaid — human above the waist, fish below — though the earliest representations of Atargatis showed her as being a fish with a human head and legs, similar to the Babylonian Ea. The Greeks recognized Atargatis under the name Derketo, where she was often conflated with Aphrodite. Prior to 546 B.C., the Milesian philosopher Anaximander proposed that mankind had sprung from an aquatic species of animal. He thought that man with his extended infancy could not have survived, originally, in the manner he does presently. This idea does not appear to have survived Anaximander's death.
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Mermaid Syndrom
Mermaid Syndrom by George Grie,
Tales of mermaids are nearly universal. The first known mermaid stories appeared in Assyria, ca. 1000 BCE. Atargatis, the mother of Assyrian queen Semiramis, was a goddess who loved a mortal shepherd and in the process killed him. Ashamed, she jumped into a lake to take the form of a fish, but the waters would not conceal her divine nature. Thereafter, she took the form of a mermaid — human above the waist, fish below — though the earliest representations of Atargatis showed her as being a fish with a human head and legs, similar to the Babylonian Ea. The Greeks recognized Atargatis under the name Derketo, where she was often conflated with Aphrodite. Prior to 546 B.C., the Milesian philosopher Anaximander proposed that mankind had sprung from an aquatic species of animal. He thought that man with his extended infancy could not have survived, originally, in the manner he does presently. This idea does not appear to have survived Anaximander's death.
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"How did I miss this before now?"
By Rebecca_Reeder, 3/8/2009 about
Itis difficult to find an adjective the previous viewers have not already used since "wow" and "amazing" are exactly what I thought. The lighting you have created is just amazing,and the foamy wave looks so... real, yet better than real. (If that makes sense.) Words are inadequate. This is great. I am adding it to my favorites and giving it 5 stars.
"mermaid"
By pattiebourke222, 9/25/2008 about
I love your mermaid, been swimming for 30 yrs always knew someone would see us, and portray us as beautifully as you have ,thanks -and see you again in gods womb. bourkepattie@yahoo.com .
"Amazing"
By squirrel27, 9/22/2008 about
I love your art ,you have a great sense of design, I am adding your poster to my favorites
"Beautiful..."
By TattooTribes, 11/2/2007 about
It always strucks me how you do the waves... they're incredible! Congrats on all your awards! They're all totally deserved!!
"wow...thats all i have to say"
By artprints, 1/2/2007 about
...this is what i want to do when i get older.....be a graphic designer....and this is insane.....those designs... true art prints
"Brilliant !"
By LL11funway, 11/21/2006 about
What a work of art. Magnificent. One for the archives.
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