This exclusive print published by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco features an image of an ancient mosaic panel featuring a skeleton holding two wine jugs discovered in Pompeii and thought to have been created 100‒1 BC. Printed in the USA. Packed boarded and bagged in a clear sleeve with information about the artwork and exhibition. Measures 11 x 17 in.
In what is perhaps the best-known volcanic eruption of all time, Mount Vesuvius buried Pompeii's beautiful estates, surrounding farmland, and nearby villages under pumice and ash, preserving them for centuries. The exhibition, Last Supper in Pompeii, with its treasure trove of objects uncovered from the ash, reveals the Roman love affair with food and wine and how their production, distribution, and consumption affected every aspect of Roman life and art.