The famous “Fisherman” fresco is now exhibited in the Museum of Prehistoric Thera

The permanent exhibition of the Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Fira was enriched on June 25th, 2015 with the famous and well-preserved wall painting of “Fisherman”, found at western house the prehistoric town of Akrotiri.

The “Fisherman” (1650 BC) is 147 cm high and is one of the most important works of the Aegean great painting of prehistoric times, and is now exhibited for the first time in the place where it was found, Thira (Santorini island), almost 45 years after finding and maintenance.