> a brief story:
> “Marduk was a late-generation god from ancient Mesopotamia and patron deity of the city of Babylon. Marduk’s original character is obscure but he was later associated with water, vegetation, judgment, and magic. When Babylon became the principal city of southern Mesopotamia during the reign of Hammurabi in the 18th century BC, the patron deity of Babylon was elevated to the level of supreme god. In order to explain how Marduk seized power, Enûma Elish was written, which tells the story of Marduk’s birth, heroic deeds and becoming the ruler of the gods.”
> Collector’s Limited Edition of 10, numbered from 1/10
> Format M 50x50CM, XL 100x100cm, SL 150x150cm.
> “Marduk” (Demoniaque – Assyrian God) is available for purchase in one unique Art Limited Collector’s Edition of 10 and 2 Artist’s Proofs, in giclee archival art print at the highest museum quality standards, on Fine Art cotton paper from Hahnemuhle with pigment ink. The Collector’s Editions are certified signature editions, stamped and numbered on the back side. Additionally, as a separate document, a dedicated signed Certificate of Authenticity, with artwork title, date and edition number, indicate that you have purchased an original exclusive artwork. No further reproduction of any kind will be run after the collector edition is sold out. The prices for Collector Editions are progressive. For other detailed information’s see the section ART PRINTS.