Byzantine architecture and the Byzantine era is usually dated from 330 AD, when Constantine the great moved the Roman capital to Byzantium, which became Constantinople (todays Istanbul), until the fall of the Byzantine Empire in 1453. However, there was initially no hard line between the Byzantine and Roman empires, and early Byzantine architecture is stylistically and structurally indistinguishable from earlier Roman architecture.
Byzantine art (4th - 15th century CE) is generally characterised by a move away from the naturalism of the Classical tradition towards the more abstract and universal, there is a definite preference for two-dimensional representations, and those artworks which contain a religious message predominate.
Limited edition of 20 and come in 2 shapes and 5 sizes
No framing needed ready to hang with included Floating Hanging Plates or simply put the artwork directly on the floor/on top of a dresser and lean it against the wall
Miniature size includes easel and magnet on the back
Always free shipping 7-12 working days
Premium option Express Shipping 3-5 working days
4 material options: aluminum 3 mm, plexiglass 4 mm, white hardboard 5 mm and black hardboard 10 mm
We print on environmental friendly and sustainable upcycled materials made out of recycled aluminium cans, plastic bottles, car parts, mechanical toys etc.
White Hardboard - White Forex/PVC 5 mm
Metal - Aluminium 3 mm
Acrylic - Plexiglass 4 mm
Black Hardboard - Black Forex/PVC 10 mm
All artworks come in miniature versions mounted on recycled plexiglass. Collect your selection of favourites without having to use up wall space.
Super easy - simply choose the 'Miniature size' option on each artworks individual product page:
The miniatures come with included easels and a magnet on the back. Display the mini-art on a shelf, your office desk, put it on a piedestal, hoard them or why not create mini art walls on your refrigerator. Also, they are absolutely adorable and very much appreciated as giveaway gifts.
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