Named after one of the Greek gods Apollo, god of the sun, light, truth, healing and diseases, music, art, dance and poetry. One of the most important jobs tasked to Apollo was to make sure the sun would rise every day. The myth states that daily Apollo would harness four powerful horses to his golden chariot and together they would haul the sun across the sky. The strong middle tones suggest a fine geometric balance supporting a white stucco sphere representing the sun.
Small: 400 x 457 mm (h x w)
Medium: 600 x 685mm (h x w)
Large: 1000 x 1142 mm (h x w)
Extra Large: 1400 x 1574 mm (h x w)
'Giclee' print on a high quality 340 gsm poly-cotton acid free canvas with archival pigment inks.
Each print has an extra 50 mm of printed canvas on the edge for wrap around and stretching purposes.
The edition number is officially registered with Studio Elwood.
Signed by the artists hand on the back of the artwork as to not interrupt the design.
This print is sold unframed and delivered rolled in a protective tube.