Bacchus and Ariadne Print by Titian

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Size: 30x30 cm / 12x12″

Frame: Black

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The Story Behind this Bacchus and Ariadne Print by Titian

Painted around 1520 to 1523, this Bacchus and Ariadne print by Titian is one of a series of paintings commissioned by the Duke of Ferrara for the Ducal Palace. The Bacchus and Ariadne print depicts the Cretan princess Ariadne abandoned on the Greek island of Naxos by Theseus and with whom Bacchus, the god of wine, falls in love. Illustrating the story told by the Roman poets Catullus and Ovid, the painting shows off Titian’s skill as a colourist and is considered one of Titian's greatest works.


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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

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Sustainable Materials

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

Our inks:

Long-lasting archival inks with no optical brighteners used.