A beautifully decorated map of Sicily by Paul de la Houe
A map of Sicily, from around 1610, created by Paul de la Houe, in Paris. At this time, Sicily was ruled by Spain, under Philip II, and suffered greatly under the Spanish Inquisition, as well as having to endure a severe earthquake and outbreaks of plague.
Original Size: 42 x 60 cms
|Size||Art on Demand Paper||Bamboo Paper||Rice Paper|
|84 cm X 120 cm||£2100||£2100||£2100|
|63 cm X 90 cm||£1800||£1800||£1800|
|42 cm X 60 cm||£1500||£1500||£1500|