Surround yourself with serenity! The unique painted garden from the Villa of Livia can be the centerpiece of your interior. The Villa Livia fresco from the second half of the first century BC, is still today one of the most beautiful and colorful images in art with blue atmospheric skies, exotic birds, cypresses, date palms and persimmons.
The frescos originally belonged to Livia Drusilla, wife of Emperor Augustus and were focal points of her dining room in her villa in the suburbs of Rome. They were rediscovered in 1863 during excavation.
This gicle is printed on canvas and is 38" x 38". It can be mounted or framed. For an extra fee, the gicle can be customized with glazing, plaster or texture. Call us with questions (210)385-5423