The Harpy Calaeno
Drawing by Tess Glen based on a sculpture called The Harpy Calaeno, 1902, by Mary Pownall, which can be found in the Kelvingrove, Glasgow.
A Harpy is a a rapacious monster described as having a woman's head and body and a bird's wings and claws or depicted as a bird of prey with a woman's face. In Greek mythology, Celaeno means 'the dark one'.
YEAR - 2020
MEDIUM - Coloured Pencil on Paper with Watercolour Wash
SIZE - 29.5 x 21 cm
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