Delivery: 20 - 30 working days.
Charges depend on size, weight, and destination.
Returns: 30-day return policy.
The size of the fresco is measured in square meters.
In the Quantity box, specify your area in square meters.
As is required for our prominent artwork, eco solvent inkjet prints ensure exceptional quality. According to the printing manufacturers, art products have a lifespan of more than 50 years if they are kept under strict conditions such as indoor space, no sunlight or radiation, 20 C - 28 C temperature, and 60% humidity. Any deviation from the above may shorten the lifespan and reduce print quality. Normal sunlight exposure can reduce lifespan to less than ten years.
Aureus is also available in panels.
Aureus, meaning "gold," was a gold coin of ancient Rome, originally equal to 25 denarii of pure silver. It was regularly issued from the 1st century, e.g., until the beginning of the 4th century AD, when it was replaced by the solidus. Gold is common to frescoes and mosaic backgrounds in all phases of Byzantine art. After the iconoclasm, it was extensively used for the creation of a unified golden background. Gold, due to its natural properties, symbolizes in Byzantine art and literature the eternal world of God, the divine light, and the Revelation. Thus, gold illuminates the universe with the divine light and reveals at the same time the reason common to all things, namely God. In this use of a uniformly golden background, the fundamental, Byzantine view of oneness is placed on a formal, aesthetic, level. In ancient China, gold (jinzi) powder was used in medicine, painting, and printing. One of the earliest uses was in medicine, and the use of gold can be traced back as far as 2500 BC.
Aureus can be purchased as an augmented reality wallpaper. Please contact us for further information.