Seize an opportunity to own a piece of art with great historical value. Created by PriYa, Neoclassical Pop Art Owner and the sole female artist in all of humanity inventing a novel painting expression with absolute originality. It is certain to rise in value, so your ROI is guaranteed.
Titled "Huntress," the Neoclassical Pop Art Artwork inspired by Sandro Botticelli's painting "Pallas and the Centaur," created 1482, currently at the Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy.
The female figure was called Camilla in the 1499 record of the painting, and in 1516 referred to as Minerva, the Roman equivalent of Pallas Athene.
Camilla is a princess in Roman mythology, raised in the forest by her father, the exiled King Metabus, to be a virgin warrior huntress. On the opposition, Pallas/Minerva, is a deity, goddess of wisdom, trade, and much else.
The Art historian Arthur Frothingham proposed that the art model posing the figure is Florencia, the personification of the city of Florence.
Made from 15mm plywood that comes with embedded mounting points. Comes with a paper template to help mark mounting points on walls.
.: 0.6" (15mm) thick plywood
.: Embedded mounting points
.: Eco-friendly material
.: Includes mounting hardware