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Size: 31.5 W x 25.2 H x 0.2 in
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Photography: Black & White, Photo on Paper, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).
The day I visited the Taj-Mahal the weather was terrible. It was a damp February morning, it had been raining torrentially all night, it was cold and windy. I had envisioned leaving Agra with a set of photographs of the white marble building glistening in the morning sun, but standing in front of it I predicted that wasn’t going to happen.
After visiting the inside I walked around the majestic walls of the Taj-Mahal. The rain had stopped and a dense fog was looming in. Away from the crowds that had taken over the main entrance I sat in a quiet spot and photographed the silent building playing with the fog. In the end, I was pleased my images revealed a different, moody side to this amazing building.
Agra, India 2013
Original Limited Edition of #2/ 25 Giclée Prints
- Signed Certificate of Authenticity with Edition Number.
- Printed on Baryta paper, the most enduring of photo papers, which has been a hit with photography aficionados for more than 140 years. This paper is particularly popular with galleries and museums taking black-and-white photography to a new level. Shining white and intense black tones, ultra-fine brightness levels and sharp contours
- With a 2 cm white border for easy framing
- The gallery standard print comes rolled inside a hard tube
protected with bubble wrap and acid free paper
This artwork is available as:
Limited Edition of 25 | 50x40cm
Limited Edition of #2/25 | 80x64cm
Ready to hang framed print or mounted on Alu-Dibond base sealed under acrylic glass is also available. Contact the Artist for details and price
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