Assam #1
Assam #1

Assam #1

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This photograph is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Jayanta Roy.

Jayanta Roy
**This photographer has been featured in the New Yorker and the Washington Post.

Jayanta Roy's work has a zen like atmospheric quality that immerses a viewer into a world of tranquility.

Roy was born near Kolkata in the ’80s; grew up in the rural environment of pre-economic liberation India. His childhood days were spent with nature which has had a profound impact on his work as a photographer. A graduate from Calcutta University, he started photography at an early age and acquired his skills through trial and error. Roy is a completely self-taught photographer focusing mostly on nature and the people living in it, with a special focus on the Himalayan region.

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400 GSM Matte Canvas | PH Neutral | Matte finish | Smooth texture | Printed with Epson® K3 Archival Inks

Photo Paper

250 GSM Lustre Paper  | Printed with Epson® K3 Archival Inks

Archival Paper

310 GSM Canson® Edition Etching Rag  | 100% Cotton Fine Art Paper | Matte finish | Smooth texture | Printed with Epson® K3 Archival Inks

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