Figs and Frescoes

A dance of flowing pastel decadence, cascading from an antique hand-painted jug onto an ancient stone ledge in a baroque-inspired floral still life. The drape of florals mirrors the intricate stone carving, while the pastel hues echo the soft tones of frescoes adorning the small, overlooked Chiesa di Sant'Egidio in Roma. Figs and Frescoes, an artwork from the Inspired by Italy Collection, invites you through the window into an oasis of baroque elegance.

Figs and Frescoes Fine Art Print

Regular price
$98.00 USD
Regular price
$140.00 USD
Sale price
$98.00 USD

A vibrant still life of brilliant pink peonies and pale mauve alliums, amidst classical fruit overflows with decadence and life onto a worn and ancient Roman ledge in the early dawn light.

Printed and framed by Fine Art Specialists in 4 locations
    • Simple, elegant design on premium, fine art paper with a gently textured surface.
      • Frames are created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish and include an off-white mount (if ordered) that will not discolour or fade with age - FSC certified off-white mat / window mount.


  • Delivered ready for hanging
  • Free worldwide shipping


      • **Dimensions for framed art are taken from the “window measurement”, across the inside of the frame
      • Please allow 10-14 days for your artwork to be packed and shipped. 
      • Prints will be shipped in a tube, frames will be flat packed in sturdy packaging.


  • *** 3 sizes available
    • 12” x 12’’   or  30.5cm x 30.5cm
    • 20” x 20”   or  50.8cm x 50.8cm
    • 28” x 28”   or  71cm x 71cm






“Paula Petherick crafts masterpieces using fine art photography. Her incredibly detailed pieces are enriched with textures and layers reminiscent of the Dutch Masters style”   - BRITISH VOGUE

"Paula, your work is STUNNING! I'm a huge lover of Flemish still life AND baroque/rococo  design influences so your photography is just incredible to me." - Emma

“Your work is so gorgeous, everybody comments on it as soon as they come into the room” - Catherine