Baraka Blues Art Print | Margi Lake


Artwork by Margi Lake

Baraka Blues
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.

Product Details:
Fine Art Print
We use a premium quality heavyweight fine art print material with a smooth, clean finish to create beautiful works of art. Our FSC-certified Museum-quality paper has a matte finish, with emphasis on the different highlights and tones in the artworks, helping to bring out the best in each piece. Please note that the inks used are water-based.

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