Sebastian Domaschke - The Seven Planets
The sixth sheet of the series thematises Jupiter, the largest of all planets. In Greek mythology Jupiter gets equated with Zeus, the king and allfather of the gods. His well-known emblems are thunder and lightning, which he uses as both punishing and protective weapons. Aside from law and order, Jupiter also symbolizes the unlimited diversity of life, shown by the horn of plenty. Looking down from above, Sagittarius sometimes tends to overlook the small, yet significant trivialities of life. If there’s a flip side to it, a potential pitfall might be arrogance, as well as preaching justice and reason whilst not living up to their own advice. Back in the days, before Neptune’s discovery, the planet was said to rule both Sagittarius and Pisces. Lilies are Sagittarius’ matching flowers.
High Quality Giclée-Print on Hahnemühle William Turner 190 gsm Digital FineArt Aquarelle paper
30 x 40 cm, unframed