Sebastian Domaschke - The Seven Planets
The second sheet of the series is centred around planet Venus. Once again, red is the colour of choice, although this time it emphasises the concept of corporeality and sensuality. Corresponding, the main figure is portrayed by the muse, the loving one and as well as by the alluring femme fatale. The heart illustrates the feeling of being deeply and immediately enamoured, an emotional state experienced when struck down by one of Cupid’s unerring arrows. Luxury and elegance, both very valuable to Venus, are represented by the shell and its hidden gleaming pearl. Furthermore, the mirror displays a meaningful symbol of aesthetics, harmony and beauty – all qualities, which are held in high esteem by Venus. The planet has dual rulership over Libra and Taurus.
High Quality Giclée-Print on Hahnemühle William Turner 190 gsm Digital FineArt Aquarelle paper
30 x 40 cm, unframed