Body Diana huntress, reproduction on canvas of the fresco that emerged in the archaeological excavations of Stabiae (Castellammare di Stabia) preserved at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Found in the Villa Arianna together with the frescoes of Flora, Medea and Leda, that of Diana dates back to the 1st century and was made in the third style. The bright colors and the delicate pose, see the Goddess of the hunt as she draws her bow, depicted in profile on a blue background.
Diana (or Artemis) is remembered as the Goddess of the hunt , of the moon, of nature and agriculture, but at the same time it protected women and women in childbirth. Often represented with a silver bow and arrows.
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- Dimensions: H.7,87 x L.5,51 inch (Height 20 cm x Width. 14 cm x Depth 1.5) cm
- Material: canvas
- Equipment: with frame
- Thickness: 1,5 cm
Produced in Italy