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Horn Of Plenty 16x20 canvas print Horn Of Plenty 16x20 canvas print
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Product description: Open edition 16x20 stretched gloss canvas print. It is printed on a premium canvas and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5 inch x 1.5 inch stretcher bars (gallery wrap). This print is produced on a state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printer, usiing acid-free paper and canvas with archival inks to guarantee that your print will last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. This canvas print normally ships within 3 - 5 business days and arrives ready to hang with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails. Stretched canvas prints look beautiful with or without frames.Price includes shipping, canvas print is shipped in a well insulated flat box. Original painted is oil on canvas, created 2014. A panorama view of a horn of plenty (cornucopia) overflowing with natures bounty in the foreground. Fields of crops are harvested in the middleground and mountains in the background. This is from Wikipedia: Mythology offers multiple explanations of the origin of the cornucopia. One of the best-known involves the birth and nurturance of the infant Zeus, who had to be hidden from his devouring father Cronus. In a cave on Mount Ida on the island of Crete, baby Zeus was cared for and protected by a number of divine attendants, including the goat Amalthea (Nourishing Goddess), who fed him with her milk. The suckling future king of the gods had unusual abilities and strength, and in playing with his nursemaid accidentally broke off one of her horns, which then had the divine power to provide unending nourishment, as the foster mother had to the god.
 
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Horn Of Plenty 16x20 canvas print

Fine Art Prints by Walt Curlee

  • Shipping: Shipping Included Anywhere
  • Product ID#: 204158
  • Dimensions: 20" width x16" height x.5" depth
  • Weight: 1.5

Artwork Description: Open edition 16x20 stretched gloss canvas print. It is printed on a premium canvas and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5 inch x 1.5 inch stretcher bars (gallery wrap). This print is produced on a state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printer, usiing acid-free paper and canvas with archival inks to guarantee that your print will last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. This canvas print normally ships within 3 - 5 business days and arrives ready to hang with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails. Stretched canvas prints look beautiful with or without frames.Price includes shipping, canvas print is shipped in a well insulated flat box.

Original painted is oil on canvas, created 2014. A panorama view of a horn of plenty (cornucopia) overflowing with natures bounty in the foreground. Fields of crops are harvested in the middleground and mountains in the background.

This is from Wikipedia: Mythology offers multiple explanations of the origin of the cornucopia. One of the best-known involves the birth and nurturance of the infant Zeus, who had to be hidden from his devouring father Cronus. In a cave on Mount Ida on the island of Crete, baby Zeus was cared for and protected by a number of divine attendants, including the goat Amalthea (Nourishing Goddess), who fed him with her milk. The suckling future king of the gods had unusual abilities and strength, and in playing with his nursemaid accidentally broke off one of her horns, which then had the divine power to provide unending nourishment, as the foster mother had to the god.

I have been a freelance illustrator for 25 years and have worked for a who's who of corporate America including Berol Pencils, Blockbuster Videos, Cirrus Logic, Clark American, Coors, Diamond Shamrock, Duracell, Frito-Lay, GameTek, H. E. B. Brand Grocery Co., Kellogg, Lucasarts, Mattel, MCI, Procter & Gamble, Orkin, Sega Genesis, and Thermos/Warner Brothers. Born into a military family, I am the oldest of five boys. I started drawing at an early age. Due to my obsession with doodling, I had a tendency to neglect my school work. After 4 years in the Marine...read more