Picture Of Melusine By Ludwig Michael Von Schwanthaler 1845

Picture Of Melusine By Ludwig Michael Von Schwanthaler 1845


German Sculture “ Melusine”, from 19th century , in the Russell Cotes Museum and Art Gallery, Bournemouth, Dorset, England.


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Myths of Melusine Mermaid

Melusina Mermaid represents one of the most famous European myths of mermaids. Being mostly popular in the France and surrounding countries, Melusina showcased all the most common traits of that are part of modern view of mermaids – incredible beauty, ability for love and relationships, and incredible jealousy and rage when promises to her are broken.

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