Salacia

The Story Behind This Piece

In ancient Roman mythology, Salacia was the female divinity of the sea, worshipped as the goddess of salt water who presided over the depths of the ocean. Salacia was the personification of the calm and sunlit aspect of the sea. Derived from Latin sal, meaning "salt", the name Salacia denotes the wide, open sea, and is sometimes literally translated to mean sensational.

Dancer: Debby Reina
From: Argentina
Location: Cala D'Hort, Ibiza, Spain
Shoot: 13 May 2015
Photographer: Julius Jooste
 

Product Description

Edition: 1 of 10
Photo Paper: FineArt Pearl Hahnemühle Photo Paper
Passe-Partout: Non-acidic, fade-resistant museum card stock – Free of wooden fibres
Color: Natural White
Material: Hahnemühle museum card
Width: 3 cm (1.18 in.)
Thickness: 1.4 mm (0.06 in.)
Glass: Anti-reflective Mirogard Museum Glass
Frame: Hamburg Black Oak
Profile Width: 20mm
Color: Alder Brown
Hanging Mechanism: Rear hooks made of metal (Included in Pricing)
Certificate of Authenticity: Certificate sent via email as PDF upon receipt
Time to Process Payment: 5-7 Business Days
Manufacturing: 1-2 Business Days
Shipping: 7-14 Business Days

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