Tangalle - Limited Edition of 60 Photograph by Nadia Attura

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Photography: Color, Black & White, Photogram, Acrylic, Ink on Paper, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Other.

Tangalle, beaches and lagoons on southern Sri Lanka. Watching to the waves and under he sway of palms leaves, listening to the sound of bird calls as they welcome sunrise through to sunset. Palms, trace along the shores as fishermen set sail, another day in this beautiful tropical Island. Mixing paint and photography.


Limited edition print signed and numbered by the artist. Printed artist on Giclee fine art Cotton 308 gsm museum grade paper, using archival pigmented inks. Printed with a white border. Includes the certificate of authenticity and care instructions

Limited edition of 60.

Print size 18x18in Limited Edition of 60.


Also Available in large sizes:

Print size 28x28in. Limited Edition of 10
Print size 38x38in. Limited Edition of 8
Print size 45x45in Limited Edition of 5


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Tangalle - Limited Edition of 60

Nadia Attura

United Kingdom

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Size: 18 W x 18 H x 0.1 in

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