Far out in the Aegean Sea, north of Crete, an ancient Island erupted leaving most of its center to drop into the sea. Today, the main portion of the outer ring is Thera, or Santorini. Geographically the Island consists entirely of volcanic ash, which today is used to construct their typical white concrete buildings and to allow for caves to be formed into the steep terrain against which houses are built. A scenic walkway high on a ridge allows one to view the inner sea. Many small churches line the walkway.
This print is only available in our small and medium size at this time. We hope to rescan the original painting at some point in the future so we may offer larger sized giclee prints. If you or someone you know owns this original painting please contact us.