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Mamiwata goddess of the sea. Halley Jean-Louis Jean-Louis Halley
Mamiwata is the name given to the goddess of the sea in the Caribbean mythology (the Yemanja Brazilians). She is represented by creating the worlds (blue spheres) by its creative power. I am inspired by images of Venus Antiques. In essence, creatures of the oceans and the double veil of unknowing.
Mamiwata goddess of the sea
Art by Independent Artists,  Paintings,  Acrylic
Author: Halley Jean-Louis
70 x  50 cm  /   27.6 x  19.7 in
Weight 0.4 kg   /  0.88 lbs
Themes: Women  /   Origin: France  /   Genre: Symbolism  /   Characteristic: Signed  /   Authenticity / Provenance: Sold by the Artist  /   Artists types: Independant artists  /   Mounting: On Canvas  /   Period: Contemporary  /  
Posted: august 30, 2010 / Modified: november 12, 2019
Copyright Jean-Louis Halley

Marisol Usandegi
Premium members Marisol Usandegi , August 16
Genial realizacion.
Sanna Annina
Sanna Annina , February 2
Superbe cest géant, sublissime, :::
, August 14
Une composition harmonieuse, bravo Jean-Louis!
Penn Kalet
Penn Kalet , November 15
Magnifique réalisation!
Entre la mythologie et le rêve…
Bel hommage aussi à Botticelli je trouve
Antonio Tejero
Premium members Antonio Tejero , November 15
Mamiwata goddess of the sea
300 €  213 £  342 $ 
Private collection
Jean-Louis Halley
Jean-Louis Halley
Artist Painter 
Les Abymes, Guadeloupe
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