This iconic work by Boticelli, seen here mounted on board that was painted brown (later, it seems), features the goddess of flowers and Spring. This particular wall hanging dates from the 1950's, which is certainly long after Botticellii painted it in the 1400's, but still a long time ago to us. The result is a charming and romantic little wall hanging, something that might be just right for a little nook in your home.
15" x 11" x .5”
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