This ORIGINAL Painting is
available for sale (sold)
Size: 6" x 8" x 3/4"
Material: acrylic on canvas
Technique: palette knife
Protective coat of varnish applied.
Sides of the canvas are painted black and can hung with or without frame.
The Painting is signed by the artist.
Certificate of authenticity is provided.
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Mars I (Phobos)
Phobos is a moon of Mars
Inner satellite of Mars. Named for one of the horses that drew Mars' chariot; also called an "attendant" or "son" of Mars, according to chapter 15, line 119 of Homer's "Iliad." This Greek word means "flight." August 17, 1877 Washington A. Hall
Date of Discovery: August 17, 1877
Discovery Location: Washington
Discoverer: A. Hall