Roman Art for your Home
Romans loved paintings and drawing ins bright colors. Unfortunately not many of those highly elaborated works of art have survived into our modern era. Therefore, every little bit of surviving Roman art has to be valued all the more. Especially the city of Pompeii is a true treasure chest of Roman art works. Due to the unique situation of this city, everything within its borders is preserved very well. So, archaeologists and everyone else for that matter can have a unique view into Roman daily life without it being blurred by thousands of years of change and erosion.
Thus, it should not come as a surprise that most authentic Roman frescos known to us today have their origins in the city of Pompeii. The same is true for the fresco at hand, which depicts a young girl carrying and plucking flowers. A scene like it is known from contemporary art work as well. It nearly seems that not much has changed over the last 2000 years.
If you are an avid art collector or a big fan of Roman history, then you should most definitely not miss out on the opportunity to become the owner of this little gem of a fresco! It is part of a limited edition, so hesitating is not advised!
Flower Girl Facts
- Length: 25 cm
- Width: 20 cm
- Depth: 5 cm
- Weight: 880 grams
- Hand painted
- Inspired by a fresco from Pompeii
- Every piece is unique
- Limited edition
- dates back to the 1st century A.D.
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