Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | January 26, 2013

Nimue by Will Worthington

Here’s an image of a beautiful new picture by Will Worthington.

Image
Artist:    Will Worthington (b 1946)
Title:      Nimue
Medium:  Egg tempera and watercolour on paper.  Monogrammed and dated 2012 and signed in full on the backboard of the frame.  Price:     £6,000
Nimue, the Enchantress of Merlin, is believed to have beguiled Merlin into revealing all his magical secrets.  She then imprisoned him in a Hawthorn tree, and his face can be seen in the lower right of the tree trunk in this image. Will started working on this large work in 2011.

Have a look at Will’s great new website – you can order prints of images from The Wildwood Tarot and The Camelot Oracle too (and they’re a lot less than £6,000!)


Responses

  1. “religion is the violence that lives in the oak and ash”, just wanted to share my favorite quote, by Lynn Andrews.
    Im truly enjoying your gifts to the world Phillip,thankyou

  2. Absolutely magnificent painting. And I certainly look forward to see this available as a print.
    Nimue as pictured here could be the twin sister of Maeve Rhuad found in the Maeve Chronicles by Elizabeth Cunningham which I just discovered.
    (http://www.passionofmarymagdalen.com/).
    Thank you so much for posting this.


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