The Fisherman Fresco from Akrotiri on the Aegean island of Thera (Santorini). The male may actually be a youth offering fish as part of a religious ceremony rather than a fisherman. From Room 5 of the West.
Statues & Busts :: Ancient Greek Wall Frescoes :: Minoan wall frescoes from the island of Crete :: Minoan Youth III aka Cupbearers -An exact museum reproduction, made of bonded marble and painted by hand.
""Minoan goddess picking saffron crocus flower"" this is because they were used to cure menstrual cramps, which were tied to the moon cycles and snake shedding, all symbols of the cosmic cycles in their religion.