Stunning fan art of Yennefer from The Witcher comes to life in artist Bastien Lecouffe Deharme’s latest artistic endeavour.

Yennefer of Vengerberg is an unforgettable character whether you choose to play The Witcher franchise, read the books or delve into the Netflix series. Her arc is one poised with trauma and undeniable sacrifice that has made her one of the most iconic characters to grace screens and pages.

Cosplayers take delight in slipping inside the shoes of the powerful sorceress but she also has become an artist’s dream due to her sheer overall presence. Although capturing that isn’t always an easy task. Thankfully, one artist bottles Yennefer’s spellbinding aura in one of the most captivating fan art pieces we have seen yet.

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Yennefer of Vengerberg

Born in 1173, it’s safe to say Yennefer had a tough life from the get-go. Brought into the world with a congenital hunchback, the sorceress’ father hated her due to this deformity. Thankfully, once her father decided to leave the family home, rectoress Tissaia de Vries took Yennefer under her wing and became her teacher as well as a mother figure.

Through training and guidance, Yennefer grew into a powerful sorceress and even had her hunchback magically removed, giving her the confidence needed to truly shine into the vigorous mage we know today.

Yennefer Fan Art

Illustrator and writer Bastien Lecouffe Deharme was born on the shores of Brittany, France, in the early eighties. His artwork evolves at the crossroad of modern and ancient myths and legends, forgotten tales and tragedies.

Bastien creates dark and symbolic pictures, blending a contrast of beauty and decadence.

Of course, due to Yennefer’s dark yet magical persona and powers, she makes the perfect candidate for Deharme’s work in which he attains her essence with ease.

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Capturing the mood entirely from the haunting background, the blue flame, and almost hidden blade, Deharme’s Yennefer illustration should, without doubt, be on the cover of Witcher books. You can also see how Yennefer has her hand over her stomach, almost in a protective way, which going on what we know about her, the way the artist has positioned her is so telling and wonderfully done.

If you’d like to see more of Deharme’s work, make sure you can visit his Instagram and Deviant Art webpage.