In ancient Rome, Augur was a religious official who observed signs of nature and animals to interpret these as an indication of divine approval or disapproval of proposed actions.
Painting has a grain surface due to powdered coffee to add more texture and depth.
Multi-paneled painting is mounted on stretchers (0.9″ depth); ready to be hanged on the wall (no frame). Two pieces can be placed on the wall with a gap in between.
Image rights: Yuriy Zakordonets
Recently shown in San Francisco, CA, US