Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain), Rome | 30 x 40 cm Illustration
Legend has it that the water source that feeds Rome’s famous fountain Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain) is the very same source the Romans quenched their thirst at some 2000 years old. Except it wasn’t a fancy carved fountain back then, just a hole in the ground. The fountain itself took 30 years to complete and it was designed by an Italian architect Nicola Salvi.
A trip to Rome really isn’t complete without wandering the city’s streets to find this colossal work of art. To ensure you get to visit Rome again, toss a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain. Or, if you’re hoping to tie the knot, throw in three coins. Good luck!
Illustration Size & Delivery Information
This illustration is a gicleé print, sized 30 x 40 cm and signed by the artist Dermot Flynn. Gicleé prints use pigment based inks which are favoured for their long lasting qualities
Dermot’s illustrations are printed on Hahnemuhle PhotoRag 308gsm, a Museum Quality archival paper. They are sold unframed and shipped in a protective cardboard tube with a certificate of authenticity.
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