Rusalka Picture

Speedpainting of water nymph. In slavic mythology called 'rusalka'. They were living in lakes and rivers. Rusalki usually were wearing flower coronet and sweeping white dress. Often appeared naked as well. They were dancing in the moon light, singing to lure young man and drown them. It was said that when woman who hadn't been in love yet encountered their chanting procession, she became one of them. On the next day her family finds flower coronet near the house and it means that she won't ever come back home. From now she can only watch this place from distance.
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