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My new painting is inspired by Greek mythology. The sunflower is often associated with the myth of Clytie and Helios. Clytie was a water nymph, and deeply in love with the sun god Helios. Sadly, he left her for another goddess, and it’s said that Clytie watched Helios crossing the sky in his golden chariot for 9 days, without any food or water. Eventually, she was transformed into a sunflower, and it’s said this is why sunflowers always face the sun.


Suggested Print size: 45 x 35 cm


The original painting is an oil on canvas and is available for sale (original size: 45 x 35 cm). For inquiries about the price send me an e-mail with the name of the painting in the subject field.


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  • This fine art print is offered in two sizes and is printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Satin 300g paper.

    Every Print is signed by me and sent with a cerificate of Authenticity.
    To find out more about these prints and how to handle them, click here.

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