Condemned as a mutineer, though his only intention was to turn back home to once again walk the shores of the island he called home, this warrior was delivered to a nasty fate. He was cursed to never walk the shores of home ever again by his kin on the sea vessel. In sick symbolism his legs were lopped off so that he would never walk again and he was bound by chain and anchor then tossed to sink to the bottom of the sea so that he would never again reach land. Though the weight of his armor and of the anchor made him sink at a great rate, he died well before he reached the ocean floor. His desire to walk the shores of his island home and to seek revenge on those who denied him this wish was strong enough that in death his wraith rose from the sea to act out his final thoughts. Now his corpse is seen floating just off shore of his island home and heard wailing in frustration that the curse put upon him bars him from making landfall.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.