There's an unapologetic drama to Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl's mythological paintings. Here, clawed at by the newly dead, the Greek god Hermes leads lost souls to the banks of the Archeron river, where they must take Charon's ferry into Hades. It's worth mentioning that the original is over 11ft long and 7 ft tall—so if you pick up a print, I recommend the biggest one.
All Obelisk prints use durable, fade resistance inks on museum-quality 110 lb (250 gsm) matte, uncoated archival paper, and are shipped in sturdy packaging directly to you door.
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