Priestess of Delphi
The image portrays the famous Delphic priestess Pythia alone. John Collier
caught her by the ancient myths. Focused Pythia sits high on a tripod. From the cracks in the earth beneath, acting narcotic vapors that cite the seer in a trance from which it brought in its ambiguous prophecies. In his left hand clutching sprigs of laurel, Apollo's sacred tree. In his other hand holding a bowl with water.
Prevailing color of this fine art print is brown and its shape is tall. Original size is . This image is printed on demand - you can choose material, size and finishing.John Maler Collier (1850-1934).
A major English painter painting in pre-Raphaelite style. In his time, he was one of the most important portraitists. Only portraits are known from his work: he painted former elites and ordinary people of England. He used clear and bright colours, and the brush strokes in his paintings are almost invisible. Most of his paintings can be found in the London National Portrait Gallery.