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Paintings by Zachary Zorbas

Original Painting: Snowfall in Ancient Delphi

Original Painting: Snowfall in Ancient Delphi

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  • Original painting by Zachary Zorbas titled "Snowfall in Ancient Delphi" handmade in Arachova, Greece
  • 40W x 30H x 1.5D cm
  • (15.75W x 11.82H x .59D in)
  • Completed on January 2022
  • Made with fine quality oil colors on canvas
  • Stretched and ready to hang
  • Varnished for protection and color clarity
  • Signed by Zac
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Packaged and shipped from Aegina, Greece.

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We had just arrived at our hotel in Arachova. After checking-in, we headed straight for the ancient sites of Delphi. On the way, a steady snowfall began. It was a beautiful moment walking up to the main archaeological site for the first time while the snow was coming down. It was quiet except for some kind of whispers from the past and the occasional breeze or bird call.

For the ancient Greeks, Delphi was the center of the world, wisdom, and spirituality. It is clear why when you are there to experience the dramatic mountains that surround you with deep valleys filled with thousands of olive trees. This was where the Oracle of Delphi was that so many people sought insights from.

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