This original deck offers fresh interpretations of traditional tarot, with vibrant art blending fantasy, whimsy, and nature. Every card comes to life with exquisite details, and charming motifs inspired by the four seasons. The Wands symbolize autumn, the Swords relate to winter, Cups symbolize springtime, and Pentacles symbolize summer. The wide borders add whimsical embellishments with stars, hearts, dragons, and flowers.
About Nathalie Hertz
Parisian-born Nathalie Hertz graduated from the Reims School of the Arts, where she specialized in medieval and heroic fantasy art. Nathalie developed a unique style of dramatic art using gouache, acrylic, and ink. As an artist, she draws a great deal of inspiration from nature.
Nathalie Hertz is best known for her tarot decks, which feature otherworldly imagery in exquisite details. Her first deck, Fantastical Tarot, was published in 1999 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Two years later she created Vampire Tarot, which was praised for its compelling gothic artwork, and became a bestselling deck. Her third deck, Faerie Tarot, was inspired by the flora and fauna of the French countryside. Nathalie currently resides in the north of France, in the town of Lille, surrounded by her family, friends, and a menagerie of animals.
Cards measure 3-1/2" x 4-3/4"
Author Natalie Hertz
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