Papyrus, Small wall-painting reproduction
Detail from the Papyrus fresco that was found in the House of the Ladies (west side, south wall) of the Akrotiri archaeological site (17th century BC), Thira (Santorini).
The reproduction is made using the same techniques and materials as the prehistoric artist, combined with modern techniques and methods used for the conservation and presentation of the wall paintings in the laboratory at Akrotiri, Thera.
The reproduction is attached to a slightly bigger board and is ready to frame, hang directly on the wall, or use as a table decor. The overall dimensions are 12x12cm | 4.72×4.72in.