A large trompe l’oeil panorama mural that imagines the missing half of this large Roman amphitheatre, which still remains buried. The mural is intended to help visitors to the archeological site visualise the full amphitheatre, and demonstrate the construction of the former site as it merges from the present day ruins back to how it may have looked during the late Roman period. The mural was carried out by Gary in case co-operation with the archeological team in Chester.
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A guide to Gary Drostle’s mural painting services A little bit about mural paintings ancient heritage… Perhaps the very oldest form of art, mural painting