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Pineoak Productions Lady of Gentle Magic <p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Lady of Gentle Magic print Double Matted and Unmatted</span></p> <p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Signed and numbered limited edition 300</span></p> <p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Acrylic on gessoed hardboard</span></p> <p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\"> In a time when education for women was confined to domestic crafts and superstition and ignorance ran rampant, this woman lived a life of service to her community as a healer. Using medicinal and herbal lore passed down from her elders she could speed healing, reduce swelling, halt a fever, and perform small surgeries. Jealous priests who could not equal these feats said she must be allied with evil powers and called her a witch. She was, instead, a great hero. This was the illustrated cover of vol. 8 of the German edition of Marion Zimmer Bradley\'s Darkover series, titled Die Schwarze Schwesternschaft. </span></p>
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Lady of Gentle Magic

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Lady of Gentle Magic

Lady of Gentle Magic

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Lady of Gentle Magic print Double Matted and Unmatted

Signed and numbered limited edition 300

Acrylic on gessoed hardboard

In a time when education for women was confined to domestic crafts and superstition and ignorance ran rampant, this woman lived a life of service to her community as a healer. Using medicinal and herbal lore passed down from her elders she could speed healing, reduce swelling, halt a fever, and perform small surgeries. Jealous priests who could not equal these feats said she must be allied with evil powers and called her a witch. She was, instead, a great hero. This was the illustrated cover of vol. 8 of the German edition of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Darkover series, titled Die Schwarze Schwesternschaft.