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The Woman Who Married a Tiger

Rosanna Tasker exhibits at Folklore Exhibition - a collaborative show held at Hamilton House in Bristol.

The exhibition features work from illustrators all over the world and centres around the narrative of folklore. Rosanna's intriguing piece of artwork is inspired by the Indian Folktale 'The Woman Who Married A Tiger' where a tiger uses his shapeshifting abilities to look like a man, tricking a woman into marrying him so she will cook and prepare fine meals for him. In this scene she is oblivious to his true tiger form, although later she does discover the truth and manages to escape with the help of a crow. The exhibition runs until April 18th, more info here.

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