A lithograph of Indian embroidery in white silk on black net, featured in 'The Industrial Arts of the 19th Century' by renowned British architect and art historian Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.
Available as a high resolution print in a variety of bespoke sizes.
Printed borderless onto premium 300gsm acid-free Lustre paper, using a system of 12 archival pigment inks that offer high dynamic range, wide colour gamut, fade resistance and print longevity.
The 12" x 16" and 16" x 20" sizes are also available in a bespoke Black or Rustic Wood glass-fronted frame.
Please note that as a mount is not necessary to border this particular print, it is not included unless a custom request is made.
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Matthew Digby Wyatt - Indian Embroidery in White Silk
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