The Hürrem collection

“My wealth, my love, my moonlight”

By Ailene Cuthbertson. Danced by Elena Spektor.

© 2017, Ailene Cuthbertson, “My wealth, my love, my moonlight”. Photograph, 30 cm x 30 cm.
© 2017, Ailene Cuthbertson, “My wealth, my love, my moonlight”. Photograph, 30 cm x 30 cm.

Lovers dance under the sweeping arch of the palace. Her gold veil and gown are caught in the moonlit breeze.

Suleiman broke centuries of tradition for Hürrem.

Harem rules dictated that concubines could only bear the sultan one son – to prevent feuds and rivalries among the sons as well as the mothers. Hürrem bore Suleiman 5 sons and a daughter.

  • Title “My wealth, my love, my moonlight”
  • Artist Ailene Cuthbertson
  • Medium Photograph
  • Year 2017

Part of the Hürrem collection

A slave girl’s sultry glance and swirl of skirts captures the heart of a Sultan. Here’s where splashes of rich colour weave through one of history’s greatest love stories.

“My wealth, my love, my moonlight” is digital art, giclée printed with long-life ink on 100% cotton rag fine art paper – a high quality print that will last a lifetime.

© 2017, Ailene Cuthbertson, “My wealth, my love, my moonlight”. Photograph, 30 cm x 30 cm.

This print is a limited edition of 10, and comes in one size, 12″ x 12″ (30 cm x 30 cm).

Choose from framed or unframed:

Unframed, so you can choose a frame to suit your décor
$250 NZD

Professionally framed with a classic, antique-feel, off-white frame, and UV protective glass, ready to hang
$410 NZD

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I may be able to direct you to a gallery or exhibition where you can see this print in person (which is always the best!) Otherwise, I’ll order a print for you. Please allow some time for my wonderful local printers to print and frame – depending on how busy they are, it may take a few weeks. Let me know if there's a particular date you have in mind!

It seems like every single picture tells not just a little story about Hürrem’s life but also conveys emotions she could feel during a particular period of her life.

Elena