A Munipooree female of Himalayan origin
A Munipooree female of Himalayan origin

A Munipooree female of Himalayan origin

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DESCRIPTION
This print is part of a series of photographic illustrations from "The People of India", an ethnographic study of the races and tribes of the country conducted by John Forbes Watson and John William Kaye between 1868 to 1875 for Lord Canning, the then Governor-General of India.

 

Description

This is an open-edition Giclée print, which is the industry standard for art exhibitors around the world. Our prints are capable of capturing an extraordinary level of detail and are printed in high grade fine art media. All prints are without frames and come with a 2" border.


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Canvas

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

Paper

230 GSM Ivory Matte Paper | Acid free | Matte finish | 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


Shipping, Returns & Care

Shipping

UNSIGNED PRINTS: Ready to ship in a tube in 5 working days + 5 working days for delivery.

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Returns

We take special care to ensure that your artwork reaches you in perfect condition. But in the rare event of any damage incurred during shipping, please notify us within 24 hours with proof of damage and we will initiate a replacement. Returns or exchanges in any other case will not be possible.

Care

It is important to take good care of your art so you can cherish it for decades to come. Avoid direct sunlight, drastic changes in temperature, moisture & humidity. Dust it with a clean soft rag to avoid dust buildup, and avoid placing sharp objects next to it. Canvas prints should not be framed with glass as this medium needs to breathe.