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Domitia, Wife of Domitian - 231017

$85.00 USD

A Roman marble statue of Domitia, wife of Domitian, Roman emperor from 81 to 96AD unearthed at the ruins of Olympia, Greece. On display at the Archaeological Museum of Olympia.

Cyanotype on French Speckletone 100lb Cover. This is a Variable Open Edition. This print is individually sensitized,  exposed using sunlight, and printed from a waxed paper negative. Each iteration from it will thus have its own character.

This cyanotype is sized to fit in a commonly available frame for an 8x10" photograph. These frames with a mat, normally have a window opening of 7x9", or 7.5x9.5".

The pricing options shown are to allow for sales both within and outside of New Mexico. The price includes shipping only within the contiguous United States. This artwork cannot be shipped overseas.