Baths of Caracalla Italy Rome by Gav Banns
Oil painting on Canvas, Subject: Architecture and cityscapes, Impressionistic style, One of a kind artwork, Signed on the front, Size: 30 x 30 x 4.5 cm / 30 x 30 cm (actual image size), Materials: box canvas, oil paints (Rembrandt, Old Holland, Winsor & Newton, Gamblin, lefranc & bourgeois)
The Baths of Caracalla (Terme di Caracalla) were Rome’s second largest city baths, one of the seven wonders of Rome, constructed around AD212 and operational for 300 years. Although in ruins today, much restoration work has been done and I could help but capture a small section of the architecture in oil paints. It is painted on a box canvas, and all four edges continue the design and colour, meaning it can be hung directly on a wall without need for an additional frame.