Bacchus Roman God of Wine fine art digital image by Caravaggio
You have to like a spiritual system that gives wine its own God. Find a place in your wine-inspired projects for this dreamy portrait of Bacchus by Caravaggio. The Baroque master painted this fine art image in 1595. Presented here as a versatile 300 dpi high resolution jpeg, you get the flushed-face Roman God of the grape harvest, winemaking, and wine. Also known as Dionysis by the Greeks, this wine god is oddly androgynous to my eyes. He does not quite seem male but is not female. His youth is evident yet the droopy eyes make no attempt to mask guilt.
The 300 dpi jpeg measures 2293 x 2848 pixels (7.6 x 9.4 inches).
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