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Sea Maiden 24 Xenia with Sea Master Inca Mermaid Art by Robert Kline
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Sea Maiden 24 Xenia with Sea Master Inca

Mermaid and Merman couple art and story by Robert Kline

This is a retired mermaid and merman print that is extremely limited and therefore only available in the following matted size: 5" x 7".

This wonderful Sea Maiden and Sea Master art print and story are from a collection of Sea Maidens (mermaids), Sea Babies (mermaid babies), Sea Masters (merman), pirateslighthouses and fairies created by renowned artist and novelist Robert Kline of St. Augustine, Florida.  The print is a lithograph reproduction of Robert’s original watercolor and pencil painting. Hand labeled and signed by Robert in pencil, all the prints come with a 1/4″ foam backing and the 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, 11″ x 14″ are matted so all you need is a frame and they are ready to hang on your wall! Each print also comes with an excerpt from Robert’s novel The Forgotten Voyage of H.M.S. Baci. A fantastic saga in which multiple generations of the Roberts’ family explore the seven seas in search of the world’s mermaid and merman population. Thus, you receive the passage from Robert’s novel describing the particular event in which the character(s) in the print were sighted.

Sir Edmund Roberts’ quest for Sea Maidens headed inland. Halley’s patented diving apparatus was distributed across a handful of taciturn llamas, as was the captain’s and crew’s gear, articles for trading, and an assortment of weapons. The HMS Baci’s old swivel guns were added to the mix, Woody the ship’s carpenter having fashioned several cunning little carriages to accept the four foot cannons now stowed aboard several of the mules also making the journey into the Andes.

Captain Constance Daphne was stunningly attired, as was Naughty (Nasty?) Natalie. Each upping the stakes for the crew’s attention, the captain’s approach more buxom than the pirate vixen’s, the latter being rather more wanton than uplifting.

The procession was a humorous sight from the beginning as it meandered into the foothills, the Bacis without their land legs wobbling beside the pack animals. Sir Edmund strode ahead, he rather miffed that a succession of llamas had demonstrated their penchant for spitting in the eye of the beholder, naturalist or not.

Days of walking turned to weeks as they hiked ever higher into the mountains, the adventurers entertaining themselves with wild speculation regarding the Inca treasures in Lake Guatavita. The locals were sullen at best, it being apparent they were in the company of their most recent pillagers.

The glory of the volcanic lake opened to the Bacis on September 2nd, whereupon Sir Edmund’s diving bell was hastily assembled and descents into the icy waters began. Gnarly Dan, embarrassed with his ignorance of freshwater Sea Maidens, culled what he could from the guides and laborers. At last he was able to expound with easy authority, “Unlike yer normal Sea Maidens and Masters, these here’d be more forward in nature. Yer Sea Maiden rules; is rough-like in disposition, spendin’ ‘is leisure playin’ in the gold, romancin’ Sea Maidens’, and tusslin’ with other Sea Masters. We should be on double watch when we’s below; some Sea Master what feels ‘is hawser’s been crossed could swim ‘neath yer bell, grab an ankle an’ yank a gob inna the drink; if ya could catch me meaning.”

So they were cautious and within the week spied a brace of sea creatures communing. Sir Edmund, the captain and Gnarly Dan were in the diving bell. “Any gob can see he’s at the helm,” Gnarly Dan instructed, “An’ she ain’t close ta mutiny.”

Sir Edmund’s Journal reads:

Maidenous Enraptous


Magnus Enraptous


September 5, 1833

Lake Guatavita, Andes Mountains, Gran Columbia

Handsome couple. Strong physiques. Healthy. Preoccupied.

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