In Slavic mythology Vodnik or Vodyanoy - Water Goblin, is said to appear as a naked old man with a frog-like face, greenish beard, and long hair, with his body covered in algae and muck, usually covered in black fish scales. What inspired Dvořák to write The Water Goblin in 1896? A poem by Karel Jaromír Erben, it tells a story of a Vodnik/Water Goblin who traps drowning souls in upturned teacups. And this creature appears also in Witcher stories, he is quite hate this water monsters!
These prints are with passepartout (white edge), which means you can easily put them in frame of your liking. If you need specific scale or frame, just let us know contact us we happy to arrange it for you.
All Pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Actual prints may vary due to product enhancement. Please refer to the size guide.
For this collection, we are using paper medium, from Hahnemühle Fine Art line, for the best archiving quality and durability up to 200 years.
Prints are carefully rolled, and shipped in kraft tube boxes.