30€ – 70€
This illustration shows a magical scene in the environment of the Nile River in Egypt with mythologically important figures for ancient Egyptian culture such as the crocodile, the ibis and the palm tree. The crocodile was said to be the god of water and could act as a symbol of pharaonic power and strength, whereas the ibis was believed to be the patron of writing and scribes. The priestess is intimately connected to these elements in total balance with nature and spirituality. The palm tree in the ancient Mediterranean world was called “the tree of the soul” and an important decorative element in their temples and palaces.
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NOTE: These artworks are drawn by hand and colored / retouched digitally. The artwork is printed on high quality natural matte white paper, and the ‘papyrus paper effect’ is printed onto the white paper.
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Spain: 1 week
International: 2-4 weeks depending on where you are.
Tropia Art wants to maintain authenticity and personalization and that is why the artist Jil-Laura signs, lists and prepares each purchase in a personalized and individual way. That is why we ask for your patience in receiving your order, guaranteeing that you will obtain a unique treasure.
For the confidence in my product I want to give you this gift and so that the wait is lighter and easier.
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