Gino Rubert’s Salome

by JL SchnabelPosted on

Salome, a figure from the New Testament, was known for being a seductresses and the culprit that led to the beheading of John the Baptist. Her image has been portrayed in art and literature for centuries, always appearing sensual and deadly. Spain based artist Gino Rubert has created a modern interpretation of the muse Salome, casting her in a surreal world where she replays her deeds and seemingly mourns her ill-fated choices.

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