8F is a contemporary painting of Artemis. As the daughter of Zeus and Leto, and sister to Phoebus (Apollo), she is a Greek Goddess of hunting, the wild and the Moon. The Romans borrowed Artemis and called her Diana.
Depictions of her often include props and symbols such as bow and arrow, a quiver and hunting knives. Other portrayals of her include a hunting dog, the stag, and the moon.
Here, however, you have her as a hunting falconer with a falcon instead. You find her in a misty landscape with forest in the distance. She is wearing something practical here to add the everyday mod cons to contrast the scantly clad paintings and sculptures of her. While Greece clearly has 40+ centigrade at times, it rarely occurs early mornings, nights or in the winter.
This painting was sold by Galleri Habsø A/S in 2020.