Backwater Jungle - Large Edition - Limited Edition of 10 Photograph by Nadia Attura

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Photography: Color, Gouache, New Media, Manipulated, Watercolor on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Paper.

Drifting down tropical backwaters, palm fringed slow lane, filled with bird song and jungle calls. Verdant vintage inspired large format prints from the backwaters of India, Sri Lanka, Mexico and Brazil.

Fine Art photographic print, professionally printed on fine art Giclee cotton 308gsm gallery paper using archival pigment ink. Limited edition print signed and numbered by the artist.

Part of The Backwaters Collection see other listings for details

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45x45in (115x115cm) Limited Edition of 10

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37x37in (95x95cm) Limited Edition of 20 SOLD OUT
20x20in 45x45cm Limited Edition of 60
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Backwater Jungle - Large Edition - Limited Edition of 10

Nadia Attura

United Kingdom

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Size: 45 W x 45 H x 0.1 in

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