Abundance Print by Rubens

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Size: 45x60 cm / 18x24″

Frame: Black

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The Story Behind the Abundance Print by Rubens

Painted around 1630, the Abundance print (Abundantia) by Peter Paul Rubens represents a personification of prosperity. Abundantia was a Roman goddess of abundance, prosperity and success. Romans believed that she would help protect their savings and investments and even help a person with major purchases. The painting shows Abundantia’s cornucopia overflowing with fruits while in Roman legend, this was usually filled with grain or coins. The original work of the Abundance print is currently held at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo.

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Museum-quality archival paper to give an authentic texture and feel

Fade-resistant, durable inks so your print will stay top-notch for decades

High-resolution, detailed images almost as good as the real thing

A variety of sizes and frames to perfectly suit your space

Produced small & local to reduce delivery times & carbon emissions

Sustainable Materials

Our paper:

Non-toxic durable FSC paper sourced from sustainably managed forests. 

Our inks:

Long-lasting archival inks with no optical brighteners used.