Youth of Bacchus by Adolphe William Bouguereau, Panoramic Greeting Card/Money Holder with Ivory Envelope


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Correspond in style! Send your love and greetings with this luxurious glossy greeting card featuring a bacchanalia. The bacchanalia was a ritual of drinking and wild dancing that was a part of the Roman festival dedicated to the god, Bacchus. The painting depicts a group of naked or semi-clothed men and women dancing and playing musical instruments, together with mythical creatures such as satyrs, nymphs, cherubs, and centaurs.

William-Adolphe Bouguereau was born into a family of vintners, so the subject matter of this painting was probably close to his heart. The French artist was famous for his skilled depiction of the naked female form and mythological subjects.

These luxurious greeting cards are giclee printed on high gloss archival paper that reproduces exquisite artistic detail. This card looks fabulous as a framed print as well.

The dimensions make it ideal for enclosing checks or money.

The inside of the card is blank and matte and perfect for inscribing your personalization.

• Quantity: 1 card, 1 elegant ivory linen envelope
• Card Size: 4in x 9in (Panoramic), (101.6mm x 228.6mm)
• Envelope Size: #10 Standard 4.25in x 9.5in (107.95mm x 241.3mm)
• Substrate: Acid-free 60# cardstock
• Finish: Luxurious glossy finish on the outside, matte finish on the inside
• Message: None/Blank Inside

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