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This print is part of the series of 33 paintings featured in my new book INFERNO(read more about it on the dedicated section). They are my interpretation of Dante ‘s timeless tale using the classic imagery of traditional tattoos in form of a backpiece.
The Divina Commedia, a narrative poem penned between 1306 and 1321, is hailed as one of the most significant literary works ever created. This masterpiece takes readers on a transformative journey as Dante traverses Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, accompanied by three guides representing Reason, Grace, and Glory.
Dante’s Inferno is the first part of this epic poem which follows Dante as he journeys through Hell, led by the spirit of the ancient Roman poet Virgil.
CANTO II -The three women
In the second canto of Inferno, Dante, filled with doubts about his abilities to complete his arduous quest, turns to the Muses for inspiration, calling upon their divine guidance and creativity.
Giclée print on archival, acid-free, matte paper.