• Full Size (blank border included) 74 x 20 inches (6.2 feet wide).
• Printed on acid-free archival-quality fine art artist's canvas.
• Coating Protection (Incidental Water/UV Light).
Beautiful Fine Art Canvas giclée reproduction of the excellent masterpiece painted in 1947 by American painter and muralist Thomas Benton (1889–1975) also known as Thomas Hart Benton. This famous artist had a prolific career. He studied in Paris.
It depicts a bluejeans-wearing Hercules wrestling with the horns of a bull, a shape the protean river god Achelous was able to assume. In the Greco-Roman mythology a symbol of agricultural abundance. Benton sets the scene during harvest time in the U.S. Midwest. Original (22 x 5 feet) is in the Smithsonian Museum. It is among the most famous paintings of this artist.
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Watermarks do not appear on the purchased print.
Printed in USA.