An illustration for Inktober 2018 made from our own list of themes. Find it here.
Archival ink, gouache and acrylic ink on watercolor paper. Comes with an antique wood frame. Can be painted black upon request.
«The Bean Nighe (Scottish Gaelic for "washerwoman" or "laundress") is a female spirit in Scottish folklore, regarded as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld. She is a type of bean sìth (in Irish, bean sídhe, anglicized as "banshee") that haunts desolate streams and washes the clothing of those about to die. Les Lavandières is the French word under which these "night washerwomen" are perhaps best known.»