Atop the Acropolis in Athens sits the Porch of the Maidens at the rear of the Erechtheion. Constructed between 421-406BC it directly faces the Parthenon. The maidens were named the ‘Caryatids’, after the young women from the village of Karyes in Laconia in the Peloponnese.
This giclée print is in a new series featuring a posterized form and will be available in several sizes, custom printed for each individual order on archival, museum grade paper using fade resistant inks.
Join us as we visit historic treasures, natural wonders and vibrant cities set against backdrops that are endlessly changing and visually magnificent. Celebrate a world of travel experiences with these decorating accessories that are perfect for framing.