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Original Painting: Mykonos Town

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  • Original painting by Zachary Zorbas titled "Mykonos Town" handmade in Aegina, Greece
  • Made with fine quality oil colors on linen canvas
  • Completed on November 2019
  • Width: 60cm, Height: 80cm, Depth: 3cm
  • Stretched and ready to hang
  • Signed by Zac
  • Varnished for protection and color clarity
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Packaged and shipped from Aegina, Greece.

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Mykonos was one of the first islands I had been to in Greece, years ago. My friend from England and I wanted to go for a night out on the islands and to dance. We went to Super Paradise and people were partying pretty crazily. The next day we explored Mykonos Town. There were pristine, whitewashed, cubic houses with wooden colored doors and windows. The streets were narrow forming a labyrinth. I remember rose-red bougainvilleas contrasting with the bright white walls. You could see the sea with waves crashing up onto the concrete and through tiny alleys.