Ahura Mazda identified the divinity considered to be the founder of Zoroastrianism in the ancient regions of Iran.
The first notable scripts of “Ahura Mazda” occurred during the Achaemenid period (c. 550–330 BC) with the Behistun inscription of Darius the Great. The statuary subject of this work is the Greek goddess Athena, who identifies the interpretative genius within the intuitive and wild expression.
This painting present several materic elements on the surface. Framed on a black wood frame.