Description Odysseus At Ismarus, painting by Stone Riley.
The following text is printed on the poster:
Ismarus was the place where the military stratagems of a very clever man became undoubted crime. It was a very long excruciating war far away but they destroyed the enemy at last, and largely by the wit of this Odysseus. So now the soldiers were going home in ships. Along the way he and some of his boys came up to a little sea beach town in a boat and robbed the bank and killed some local cops. He got off clean too, except pursued by the anger of those people's gods. Some say this caused the curse. He wandered lost for years.
The painting style here is a study of certain pictures by Henri Matisse, but adapted for storytelling.