The Roses of Heliogabalus by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Greeting Card with Elegant Striped Gold Foil Envelope, 1 Card/Envelope
Correspond in style! Send your best wishes, thoughts, and love with these sumptuous greeting cards featuring the work of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Roses of Heliogabalus is an 1888 painting depicting the young Roman emperor Elagabalus (203-222 AD) hosting a banquet. Guests at his feast are swamped by drifts of pink rose petals falling from a false ceiling. The youthful Roman emperor watches the spectacle from a platform along with other garlanded guests. A woman plays the double pipes beside a marble pillar in the background, wearing the leopard skin of a maenad, with a bronze statue of Dionysus, based on the Ludovisi Dionysus, in front of a view of distant hills.
• Quantity: 1 card, 1 elegant gold foil striped envelope
• Size: 5" x 7" (A7), (74mm x 105mm)
• Substrate: Premium, acid-free cardstock
• Finish: Luxurious matte finish on both sides with absolutely no sheen
• Message: None
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