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J. H. Williams III
Nymphs and Satyr,1873,William-Adolphe Bouguereau.
Departure of the Witches, 1878 by Luis Ricardo Falero.
More artwork from my wip of Running with the Hare and Hunting with the Hound by JDarnell. There is so much artwork with Sansa and wolves, but I’ve not seen any with Sansa and the sigil of her mother’s house, the trout.
While Catelyn never taught her children to be proud of their Tully heritage in equal measure to their Stark heritage in the way that Cersei taught her children, Sansa does look upon Catelyn as a model of strength.
I must be as strong as my lady mother, she thinks as she beg’s for Ned’s life in AGOT.
In this part of my fanfic, Sansa’s dream becomes psychedelic, and she sees herself at the different ages of a woman’s life: maiden, mother, crone. The silver trout recalls Catelyn. It was my intent to suggest that unconsciously Sansa does find comfort and meaning in the sigil of her mother’s house. It also is meant to be poignant, a reminder that Catelyn’s life was cut short at 33, in the mother stage.
The illustration was inspired by Gustav Klimt’s Fishblood.
Anna Fisher, astronaut, with stars in her eyes on the cover of Life magazine in 1985. She was the first mother in space. (via The 60 Most Powerful Photos Ever Taken That Perfectly Capture The Human Experience)
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