The Lady of Justice • fairy tales & tarot art

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Title: The Lady of Justice

the lady of justice

Inspiration for The Lady of Justice • by Graphic Artist Barbara Damoli

This graphic The Lady of Justice, represents a very classic theme, often seen in art. The allegorical personification of the moral force of justice. The Lady of Justice is also known as Iustitia or Justitia, the Roman goddess of Justice, equivalent to the Greek goddess Themis.

In This art graphic, just like in the classic images, The Lady of Justice carries a balance, a sword and her eyes are covered, for she is blind.

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The art graphic Dream, like some others, was inspired by the Tarot Cards and the legend, which connectets these cards to the Knights Templars.
The Tarots are mostly associated with fortune telling, but there is an ancient and much more fascinating site to them. One of the legends or theories, is that they were created by The Knights Templars.

The Templars were a Christian military order, as well as a secret society whose true purpose remains uncertain debated to this day.
One of the miths/legends around the order, tells that, when the Knights arrived to The Holy Land, they discovered secret parts of Christianity’s history/origines. A secret which they could not reveal, in their time.
Therefore they created the Tarot Cards, in which they communicated their secret knowledge, in the symbols, which we can still see on the cards today.

One of the Tarot cards is called “Seven of Cups”, which speaks of dream, choices and balance between them. That was the thought behing this graphic.

Since there are several references to the Tarot, in this page, it seemed appropriate to enclude a link to a page, which provides the magic key to the origine of this fascinating mistery. The page encludes pictures of the first cards ever designed.

www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/the-surprising-origins-of-tarot-most-misunderstood-cards/

The Magic Shoes

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This art graphic was inspired by the tale of Cinderella, orThe Little Glass Slipper, there are many versions of the story. The most popular was written by Charles Perrault and first published in “Histoires ou contes du temps passé” in 1697. Later it was written by the Brothers Grimm in their folk tale collection Grimms’ Fairy Tales.

The main element and most fascinating symbol, of this tale, are the Glass Slippers, which bring Cinderella to her dream.

The Queen of Hearts

the queen of hearts

The inspiration for this art graphic, was the fascinating chatacter: Queen of Hearts. It is of course a playing card and it carries a strong symbolism. In metasymbology, this card represents a powerfull feminine presence, as well as love, beauty, magnetism, affection and idealism.

Excalibur

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The inspiration for this graphic work was obviously, the Legend of King Arthur and magic sword Excalibur, or Caliburn.

The Mermaid

den lille havfrue

The idea for the The Mermaid was a fascination for the fairy tale: “The Little Mermaid” (Danish: Den Lille Havfrue). A story written by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen and first published in 1837.
It is the story of a young mermaid, who is willing to give up her life in the sea, as a mermaid, to have a human body and conquer the heart, of the Prince, whom she desperately loves.

The Mirror and The Apple

den lille havfrue

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The main element and most fascinating symbol, of this tale, are the Glass Slippers, which bring Cinderella to her dream.

The Dark Forest

cappuccetto rosso e il lupo

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fortune and tarot

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One of the miths/legends around the order, tells that, when the Knights arrived to The Holy Land, they discovered secret parts of Christianity’s history/origines, which they could not reveal, in their time.
Therefore they created the Tarot Cards, in which they communicated their secret knowledge, in the symbols, which we can still see on the cards today.

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The Templars were a Christian military order, as well as a secret society whose true purpose remains uncertain debated to this day.

One of the miths/legends around the order, tells that, when the Knights arrived to The Holy Land, they discovered secret parts of Christianity’s history/origines, which they could not reveal, in their time. Therefore they created the Tarot Cards, in which they communicated their secret knowledge, in the symbols, which we can still see on the cards today.

One of the Tarot cards is called “Seven of Cups”, which speaks of dream, choices and balance between them. That was the thought behing this graphic.

Lady of The Forest

lady of the forest

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the empress

Some of the art graphics are inspired by the legend of the Knights Templars and the Tarot Cards. The Tarots are mostly associated with fortune telling, but there is an ancient and much more fascinating site to them. One of the legends or theories, is that they were created by The Knights Templars.
The Knights Templars were a Christian military order and a secret society whose true purpose remains uncertain debated to this day.
One of the legends around the order, tells that, when the Knights arrived to The Holy Land, they discovered secret parts of Christianity’s history/origines, which they could not reveal, in their time. Therefore they created the Tarot Cards. In the cards they communicated their secret knowledge, in the symbols, which we can still see on the cards today.

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the door in the forest

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il gatto con gli stivali

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biancaneve

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la chiave magica

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The Lady of Justice

justitia

This graphic The Lady of Justice, represents a very classic theme, often seen in art. The allegorical personification of the moral force of justice. The Lady of Justice is also known as Iustitia or Justitia. She is the Roman goddess of Justice, equivalent to the Greek goddess Themis.

In This art graphic, just like in the classic images, The Lady of Justice carries a balance, a sword and her eyes are covered, for she is blind.