The Wedding of Cassandra Picture

One of three pieces I did as the final project for one of the classes I had last semester. We were studying classic Greek plays while looking at vase paintings of those stories, and so I decided to interpret the plays in my own visual style.

This is a scene from Euripides's "Trojan Women," when Cassandra, a mad oracle and daughter of the Queen of Troy, Hecuba, comes out bearing torches and prophecies her own fate.
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