Artist's description:

Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your golden hair.

She got so tired of hearing that and just wished someone would love her for herself. So she took measures into her own hands. She cut her hair up to her knees and made a plan to moon the prince next time he called. Butt, it didn't quite work out the way she planned because seeing her perfect moon out the tower window just inflamed him more. He found vines in the forest and with the help of his horse got up the tower anyway. Here we see her deciding whether to go with him or not. She did. They left. Since then she's been known as the "moon in the tower".

This 13x19 print will fit a standard frame. It is made from the original negatives, which were scanned high resolution into the digital world and converted with laser light onto real archival photographic paper with a lustre finish. This print will last a lifetime or more. No watermark will appear on your print. It will be signed and numbered on the back.

Materials used:

Kodachrome 35mm film, hi-res digital scan, archival photographic paper

Rapuzel's Wish (1977)


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This artwork is sold by Robert Scott Hooper from United States

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