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Restaurant Style Italian Fresco - Mt Vesuvius in background- Lemon trees in foregrounds

The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD that led to the destruction of the Roman cities of Pompeii i and Herculeneum are frequently depicted artwork. This custom example, was prepared over a textured background with the faded blue green colors of the Livias garden Fresco that still exists today, 2000 years later in a subterranean room. In the foreground are wild garden flowering plants, and Lemon, Orange and Olive trees, but any fruit like Pomegranets,Quince or Figs could easily be added. This mural is only 18 feet long, but could be easily expanded with other landscapes of similar terrain to that found in the Italian geographic area of the Bay of Naples to render an Italian or Mediterranean Mural for a Restaurant.. In 2008, I took an art inspiration tour to 12 different cities in Italy and have many ideas for custom work to suit anyone favorite city, or landscape.

Alexandria Virginia
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Close up of Lemon Tree in Fresco scene
Fresco Sample - Mt Vesuvius distance Lemon and Olive Trees in Foreground landscape

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