The Banshee is a female fairy spirit from Irish folklore.
The word Banshee comes from the old Irish word “síde”, the name for the raised earth burial mounds found in Ireland and the UK and translates to “fairy of the burial mound”. The Banshee would sing a lament or mournful, wailing cry to alert when a family member died. Her wailing would also predict an impending death.
Fine art print on 230 gsm quality archival matte photo paper in a protective plastic sleeve.
Size of work: 8.25 inches wide by 11.75 inches long
We import these directly through a local artist in Sweden.
This is a reprint of the original copyright drawing.
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