Archival Print, Limited Edition 2
'Balletic' in Limited Edition Giclée Print by Nathaniel Mundia
Flamingos, perhaps due to their wide geographical distribution, are present in the mythological traditions of a number of different cultures. In fact, depictions of flamingos in cave paintings dating back as far as 5,000 BC have been discovered in Spain. These birds were sacred to a number of cultures and it’s not difficult to imagine why. Their brilliant coloration and gregarious nature gives them a striking presence.
In Aztec traditions, flamingos were symbols of love and passion, as well as healing. Their brightly colored feathers evoked passionate emotions and gave them special significance. In Greek and Egyptian mythology, the flamingo can be connected to the phoenix. This mythological bird was linked by the Greeks to life, death, rebirth, and transformation. Flamingos were also given as gifts to lovers by the Romans.
See Limited Edition 1 for the full image version of this print. Only 30 prints of this artwork shall be published.
-Archival Giclée art print on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308 gsm with a lightly defined felt structure
-Choice of A4 or 5" x 7" inches size
-Easel not included
-Comes with a certificate of authenticity
-Colours/images may slightly vary due to screen settings
A4 size: 210mm x 297mm
The overall size of the print is 210mm x 297mm.
5" x 7" inches size (approximately 127mm x 178mm)
Please note that this is the image size, to provide flexibility in your own choice of frame. The overall size of the print including the 25mm border is 177mm x 228mm.