The Loves of Paris and Helen is a 1788 painting by Jacques-Louis David, showing Helen of Troy and Paris from Homer's Iliad. It is now in the Louvre Museum.
It was the result of a commission from the comte d'Artois. It shows David in his 'galante' phase and was interpreted as a satire on the manners of the comte d'Artois. The caryatids in the background are copies of those by Jean Goujon in the Louvre.
We print directly on aluminum substrates. This material is more rigid and long lasting than canvas. It keeps the colors sharper and closer to the originals. Material is 1/16 th of an inch thick, is waterproof and can be placed outdoors.
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