November derives its name from the Latin word novem (nine), as it was the ninth month in the Roman calendar.
In the Germanic cultural sphere it was called Nebelung (fogging), as well as Windmond (wind month) or Wintermond (winter month). The leaves have fallen, cold fog darkens the world, vegetation retreats underground and gathers its energy in its roots; animals commence hibernating or winter rest in dark, safe hollows.

It is the time of the subconscious and the unconscious, the discovery of pre- viously forbidden treasures in the darkness of forgetfulness: an unimagined wealth that can be brought to life!

Art Print / Facsimile – DIN A2 (420 x 594 mm), hand-signed and limited (edition of 150)

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