I specialize in diseo, drawing, illustration.
Emily and Friends
From "A Cabinet of Byzantine Curiosities" by Anthony Kaldellis
By law, a man could ask for divorce if his wife had questioned his masculine honour - say, through infidelity or immoral behavior; caused him bodily harm by attempts on his live through magic or physical violence; or jeopardized his attempts to procreate - for example, through infidelity or abortion. He could also demand divorce if his wife was incapable of fulfilling her conjugal duties due to an incurable illness - say, madness or leprosy. Madness was sometimes distinguished from demonic possession, which did not constitute grounds for divorce.
Ain't no narwhal like a sexy narwhal, because a sexy narwhal don't stop.
One of my pen and ink drawings on antique paper. 6"x7"