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The Princess and the Fisherman

There once was a squeamish princess. And the irony of faith made her fall in love with a poor fisherman. She married him and, at the wedding, there was a tradition that the groom and the bride would eat together one boiled egg. Considering her noble status, the bride took the first bite, but the fisherman took a great offence and left her! However, true love conquers all, so the Princess went to find her beloved, he forgave her, and they lived happily ever after!

Tempera painting, with a deep frame. Dimensions 25x25x4 cm

Categories:   Drawings, Book illustration, Naive art, Paintings

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