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This painting “Procession of Flagellants on Good Friday 1793” will be hand painted by a real artist. No printing or digital techniques will be used. All paintings are painted in the Ocean's Bridge art studios.
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A bit of history behind this painting - my girlfriend's great grandfather found it in the attic of a nobleman's mansion in Tagil, Russia in mid 1920's, in a very shoddy state and split in two (the original is on wood as you know). Took it to the local museum and they commissioned an expert from Moscow, who authenticated it as a missing Raphael's painting.
She's quite proud of that event of her heritage and this painting is her birthday present.
One again thank you guys for taking on this job.
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