I could have picked a few pieces of artwork that would have worked well for this week’s photo challenge but, being a tarot designer, I settled on the above artwork that I call The Fortune Teller. If you are familiar with Tarot cards at all, the Rider-Waite cards are a very colourful deck, however for this photo I used the new Radiant Rider-Waite cards which I created as a semi-abstract image.
Tarot cards emerged in Europe over five centuries ago but their precise origin is really unknown. The Pierpont Morgan Library in New York owns 35 cards from a 78-card Tarot deck dating from circa 1848. They are believed to be the work of either Bonifacio Bembo or Antonio Cicognara. The deck apparently belonged to Cardinal Ascanio Maria Sforza (1445-1505) or to his mother Bianca Visconti Sforza.
This artwork is for sale in my gallery as:
Wall Art, Home Décor, Puzzle, Beach Items, Tote Bags, Greeting Card/Stationery, Phone Case, Coffee Mug, Face Mask and Apparel.
The image is adjustable, use all of it or just part of it.
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