Bodies Flora of Stabiae, reproduction on canvas of the fresco of Flora, found together with those of Diana the huntress, Medea and Leda, preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Fresco dating back to the 1st century found in Villa Arianna di Stabiae, under the rubble of the same eruption which caused the destruction of Pompeii. It reproduces the Goddess Flora (or Spring), turned from behind while she collects flowers and maintains a kalathos on a bright green background . The Goddess of spring, flowers and flowering, represented for the ancient romans also a protection for women in childbirth.
Also imagined by great painters such as Botticelli, she was often portrayed with garlands of flowers in delicate poses.
Bring your wall back to life with a stunning canvas reproduction
Available in two sizes:
Dimensions: Height 40 cm x Width. 30cm x Depth 1.5cm;
Height 20 cm x Width. 14cm x Depth 1.5cm
- Material: Canvas
- Preparation: with frame
- Thickness: 1.5cm
Produced in Italy