In ancient Roman religion and myth, Maia embodied the concept of growth, as her name was thought to be related to the comparative adjective maius, maior "larger, greater". The month of May (Latin Maius) was supposedly named for Maia.Dancer: Alicia Santos From: Spain Location: Ibiza, Spain Shoot: 11 October 2018 Photographer: Julius Jooste
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|Edition:||1 of 10|
|Photo Paper:||FineArt Pearl Hahnemühle Photo Paper|
|Passe-Partout:||Non-acidic, fade-resistant museum card stock – Free of wooden fibres|
|Material:||Hahnemühle museum card|
|Width:||3 cm (1.18 in.)|
|Thickness:||1.4 mm (0.06 in.)|
|Glass:||Anti-reflective Mirogard Museum Glass|
|Frame:||Hamburg Black Oak|
|Hanging Mechanism:||Rear hooks made of metal (Included in Pricing)|
|Certificate of Authenticity:||Certificate sent via email as PDF upon receipt|
|Time to Process Payment:||5-7 Business Days|
|Manufacturing:||1-2 Business Days|
|Shipping:||7-14 Business Days|