|24 x 36 inches|
|Six-color silkscreen on French Paper, 100% cotton archival paper|
Signed by Ravi Zupa
Each PCP edition is crafted in the USA by master screen printers. This edition was printed by Diamond Hill Press
Premium quality is extremely important to us, and a great deal of consideration is taken in our selection of materials. Your print has been crafted using the finest 100% cotton archival paper and high-quality inks that are able to withstand time.
Prints are individually numbered, embossed with the PCP seal and validated by a certificate of authenticity.
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Handcrafted, made-to-order wood frames. Available in black and white.
Professionally assembled and ready to hang! UV-protective plexi to keep your artwork protected from the sunlight damage.
Artwork will be framed to the edge. No matting or floating available at this time.
Framed artwork will ship via Fed-Ex Ground and will arrive within 12-14 days from the date you order.
At this time, framing is only available for customers within the USA.
The main figure in this piece is named Yamantaka; he is the destroyer of death in some versions of Hinduism and Buddhism. The tattoos that cover the body of Yamantaka are made from original drawings that were in the “Age of Enlightenment” series in Ravi's recent exhibition at Hashimoto Contemporary. Read more about the artwork here.