Limited Edition Prints – The River
Edition of three, plus one artist’s proof
Separating Baktabali, Salim’s village, from Narayanganj, the big city – and in some ways, the world – is the 1.5 kilometre-wide Dhaleshwari River. To get to the other side, where the bright lights and action are, villagers usually take the five-minute ferry ride. On most days, visibility is poor because of the pollution from the brick fields, as well as other factories along the river. That ‘fog’ makes life on the other side seem even more mysterious and appealing to the young people, who often dream of leaving the village in search of a better life. When the Muktapur Bridge, located southeast of Baktabali, opened in 1991, it provided an alternative route to the big cities. However, it is still rarely used because the journey takes two extra hours; moreover, very few villagers can afford to own a car.
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About the print:
– Print size: 22″ x 17″ or 559mm x 432mm
– Each print is carefully made with the Epson Stylus Pro 9900 Printer, using original Epson inks.
– The paper for this edition is Museo Silver Rag, 300gsm.
– Signed with title, edition number, and year, with ink, recto and verso; and seal of authenticity on lower right corner of print.
– Free hand delivery for any Singapore addresses.
– Each print is delivered in top grade Mylar or equivalent.
– I will work with individual buyer on the best shipping option.
– Additional charges to be borne by buyer.
– Each print is delivered in top grade Mylar or equivalent, with additional protection for shipping
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