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Lawrence Alma-tadema Poster featuring the digital art The Meeting Of Antony And Cleopatra By Lawrence Alma-tadema by Sarah Vernon
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10.00" x 8.00"

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12.00" x 10.00"

 

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The Meeting Of Antony And Cleopatra By Lawrence Alma-tadema Poster

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The Meeting Of Antony And Cleopatra By Lawrence Alma-tadema poster by Sarah Vernon.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Wonderful! Magnificent painting! Thank you for sharing it with us, Sarah! F/L/pinned

I love the classics and this drew me in. I appreciate the descriptions as I like to know what I am viewing, Sarah. FAV.

Sarah Vernon replied:

Thanks so much, Reynold!

Wonderful work!

Sarah Vernon replied:

I'll commune with Alma-Tadema to let him know!

Gorgeous!

Sarah Vernon replied:

Yes, indeed, Megan!

A very fine work to be sure Sarah! LF!

Sarah Vernon replied:

Alma-Tadema knew what he was up to!

I have always loved Alma-Tadema's work. Somehow I missed seeing this one...in all of its glory. Oh, my ...those gold drapes......and white drapes...and animal skin prints and and and...wonderful, Sarah!! F/L++

Sarah Vernon replied:

He is superb, isn't he!

Sarah, one of the most interesting stories in history and what a work about it! Thank you for sharing!! - Wish you a very nice week - LF - Dagmar

Sarah Vernon replied:

Thank you, Dagmar. I'm glad you like the painting. Have a great week!

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Poster Reviews (7620)

Average Rating (4.92 Stars):

July 20th, 2019

Terrible photo with no definition

July 19th, 2019

absolutely beautiful! It looks stunning in my home.

July 19th, 2019

quality of item was far below expectation. particularly given the price.

July 18th, 2019

Love,love my picture

July 18th, 2019

Amazing print! Looks even better in person.

July 18th, 2019

Amazing. Big poster with beautiful colors

Artist's Description

The work of the Dutch-born artist Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema [1836-1912] is unmistakable. A dazzling Mediterranean sea? Exquisitely rendered marble? A delectable female or two draped in classical robes? The chances are you're looking at a painting by Alma-Tadema. His detailed brush strokes and rich colours owe much to his Dutch forebears and while one might consider his paintings to be somewhat chocolate-box pretty, it's difficult not to be charmed by them. The Meeting of Antony and Cleopatra was commissioned by a Samuel Hawk of New York in 1883 and painted in 1885, its inspiration taken from Shakespeare's play. Alma-Tadema trained at the Royal Academy of Antwerp in Belgium but moved to England in 1870 and there he remained, though he was in Wiesbaden, Germany, when he died in 1912.

About Sarah Vernon

Please note that I often miss comments because FA is very peripatetic with its notification emails. I'm a digital artist, actress, and writer who has always loved creating art of one form or another. A disabling condition (Limited Cutaneous Systemic Sclerosis) means that I concentrate on digital art and I have surprised myself with the work I have created thus far. The more I learn about Photoshop and other art/design software, the more I am inspired to try unusual effects. One design often comes out of the 'out-takes' of another. Possibilities seem endless and enticing. And looking at and admiring the art of others is a joy and an inspiration. For me, the most important things in life are love and laughter. I hope that you will find...

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