THE DEVIL GIRL OF DOCTOR FAUST

FAUSTUS CROW

The above watercolour painting is provisionally entitled: Mephistophina. The artwork is A4 in size, which was initially drawn in Derwent and Caran Da’che watercolour pencils on 300g/m Aquafine watercolour paper, then painted, involving some burnishing. If you are interested, the original artwork is presently on sale on Ebay; for further details, Please Click Here.

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The artwork depicts a female version of Mephistopheles, who is commonly considered to be a name of a male spirit in the Faustian legend, who in return for his assistance, Faust signs away his soul as depicted in Marlowe’s and Goethe’s grandiose Church plays. The origin of the conception and name of Mephistopheles has been the subject of much learned debate among numerous scholars down the ages, whose all male pantheon of a deified ‘Animus.’ has entirely negated the feminine principle of the ‘Anima,’ yet none to really question, why?

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