Eulalia

lilynoelle

Detroit, United States

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Translation from “Eulalia” by J.M.Waterhouse

Watercolor, 300lb. paper, 23 by 30 inches

For a workshop I learned so much in!


dramatic character improvement, after death!

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Saint Eulalia of Merida was tortured for her beliefs and, according to Roman chronicles, she was burned at the stake. At the time of her death, a white dove flew out of her mouth. She was in her early teens, as young as 12 and as “old” as 14.

Working on 300 lb. paper was a new experience for me, and a GREAT one! The colors dried faster and didn’t spread as easily, but nothing bubbled or curled and the fast drying allowed for a quicker finish!

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