Persephone (2015)
Etching / Engraving by Eleonora Nakevska


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  • Size: 25.59 × 37.01 in (unframed) / 19.29 × 29.53 in (actual image size)
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Eleonora Nakevska

Macedonia (the former Yugoslav Republic of)

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The myth of Persephone is one of the oldest of all Greek myths. Her story is a personification of some of the most universal concepts about life and death. In her youth, Persephone represents the powerful bond between a mother and a daughter and the often difficult transition from maidenhood to marriage. As the Goddess of Springtime and Rebirth, she is eternally connected to the cycles of the earth, which lies barren in her absence and bloom again each spring with her return.
Cliché Graphics zinc plate which is made in aquatint technique. Used tonnes to shape the portrait of Persephone is a portrait of a young girl, sketches and then treated the cliché.

Materials used:

zinc plate , linoleum

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