The Under The Marmara Sea Harem

ITI Ion Vincent Danu

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The Under The Marmara Sea Harem Painting

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Sherbrooke, Qc - Canada

Thank you Lisa!

Cody, WY - United States

Congratulations, your work is being featured in the FAA group All Types of Women!

Calgary, AB - Canada

Great work! L/F

Thanks, Evelina!

Strykersville, NY - United States

What an amazing interpretation and fabulous description - very original and creative with fantastic textures to accent the work. Just love the description as well! F/L T P

Thank you, Lianne! Glad you like it!

San Francisco, CA - United States

A very alluring, creative, and wonderfully textured painting, Ion!

Thank you Nick! Mersi!

Lyon - France

Marvelous work, Danu! You so greatly expressed the legend...Love this work a lot! LFG+

Many thanks, Mona!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Your artistry always amazes me Danu...I find myself staring at your work for a long time..and never have the right words to express my feelings..this is another splendid specimen of your wicked imagination and amazing talent! Bravo! f/v

no words to express my gratitude but thanks, Jolanta!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

Marvelous rendition of this legend, Danu. I'm in love with the blue tones and the hints of orange. f,l

Thanks, Ana Maria! the turquoise is a marvelous color, indeed.

New York, NY - United States

Beautiful work!

Glad you like it, Sarah!

Maine - United States

Very elegant work Danu! Great story-telling of the Balkanic Legend! L/F

Thanks, bob!

Wayne, PA - United States

Beautiful! Wonderful colors and motion and light! Gorgeous work! L/F!

Many thanks, Meg!

Highlands Ranch, CO - United States

Interesting and wonderful composition Danu, love your imagination! L/F

Thanks, Cristina! Imagination I have (there are less canvases and colors...)

Sherbrooke, Qc - Canada

This painting tries to be an illustration of a Balkanic legend, a Turkish legend. The story goes that the powerful Ottoman Sultan in Istambul had one of the most numerous and famous harems in the Islamic world. The women in his harem where of an exquisite beauty, cultivated and so on. But, one of the youngest favorites, taking deadly risks, had a lover outside. Some of the other women in the serail/harem knew about the affair (almost impossible to perpetrate...the significant word being "almost") but, by fear or solidarity, didn't informed their husband about it. When the powerful sultan found out, eventually, about his harem treason, he was so awfully mad that he ordered that ALL the women who knew to be strangled, wrapped and thrown in the near Marmara Sea with weights at their feet. They sat no women in the harems of the following sultans dared to cheat on their husbands afterwards, for a very long long time...

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