IGNORANCE EXPELLED BY THE SAINT MARK’S LION
During his stay in Venice in 1362, Petrarch matured the idea that the lagoon city could have worthily accommodate its collection of books and manuscripts.
In agreement with the Chancellor of the Republic Benintendi de 'Ravagnani, the proposal was made to the Venetian State: the illustrious poet would have left his books to "provided they are neither sold nor separated", kept "in a safe place ... far from the fire and the rain ", so that they can be preserved "perpetually for its glory, for usefulness and pleasure of the noble literate and citizens".
Limited Edition of 7
Traditional Hahnemühle Paper 250 gr
Size: 42 x 35 cm • 16.5 x 13.7 inches
Signed by manual embossing and numbered by the artist
The print will be shipped through Private Mail Service
Printed in Paris - France
Ignorance expelled by the St. Mark's Lion
It's a print edition of a drawing that the artist selects.
It's a limited edition of 7, and when it's sold, it won't be printed anymore.
Each print includes the artist's signature, seal, and the certificates of authenticity.
The print is printed with the museum quality paper.
New print will be updated every two months.