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Printmaking: Digital, Color, Manipulated, Paper, New Media on Paper.
Circular wall art world map, inspired by the rich history, generous and good-hearted people and beautiful nature of Sri Lanka. This inspiring island surrounded by pinky dusk light is located off the southern coast of India. In 1948, the British Colony of Ceylon was granted independence as Ceylon. In 1972, the country became a republic within the Commonwealth, and its name was changed to Sri Lanka as we know it today. Sri Lanka is renowned for its tea and tea plantations are to be found all over the island. Other strong symbols are Buddhism and wildlife like the giraffe and the elephant. The pair of elephants represent the Sri Lankan elephants that have developed without tusks. This is due to a strong selection, meaning that Sri Lankans over the years have captured elephants with tusks and either used them locally or shipped them out, leaving fewer and fewer animals in the wild to pass on the tusk genes.
Printed in our studio in London, using the highest quality archival paper (Matt Smooth Fine Art Cotton 300gsm) and highest quality inks (giclée), to ensure you are able to enjoy your print for years to come.
Edition of 175, signed and numbered by the artist.
Kristjana’s prints are sold through many sales channels and some of them sell fast. Therefore we can not guarantee that the next edition is the one you will receive if you buy this print. If you would like to know what the next available edition number is, please contact Saatchi Art customer service before placing your order.
This print does not come in a frame and is shipped rolled up in a hard cardboard tube.
Size: 31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.1 in
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