Libyan Sybil is a print of a digitally coloured charcoal drawing by Kim Curtis. The figure is taken from the Sistine Chapel murals that were executed by Michelangelo in the 16th century. Although the murals decorated the main chapel in the Vatican, this particular figure was not a religious character. Instead, she was a prophetess named Phemonoe and is borrowed from Classical mythology.
The illustration also appears in our range of cushions inspired by the art and architecture of Italy.
Libyan Sybil is a digitally coloured charcoal drawing by Kim Curtis presented as an A3 size Giclée print.
Giclée artwork print size A3 (297 x 420mm) – Paper size A3+ (329mm x 483mm). Giclée artwork printed with archival pigment inks on high quality, archival, acid free art paper. Copyright watermark is not on final print. All artwork prints are dispatched flat and are boarded for protection. Presented unframed and unmounted.