Baraka Blues Canvas | Margi Lake
Baraka Blues | Margi Lake
This piece is a tenfold Timurid rosette pattern from the ancient ‘Topkapi Scroll’ now housed in the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. It is one of a family of so-called ‘self-similar’ Persian ‘girih’ patterns that can be seen throughout Greater Iran and Central Asia. Luminosity, translucence and reflected light have played an important role in Islamic art since time immemorial. This piece is executed in watercolours on Indian khadi paper which gives it a particularly rich and grainy texture.
This piece by Margi Lake is the perfect finishing touch for your interior. With each print being made to order especially for you, you can rest easy knowing that only the finest, museum-standard materials and processes are used, creating incredibly sharp and vibrant giclée prints on a finely textured artist-grade cotton canvas. The print is stretched over professional artist stretcher bars milled from the finest quality kiln-dried knotless pine. With proper care your print is guaranteed to last for more than 100 years.
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