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Medium & Surface: Inkjet print on archival paper
Framing Info: This work is mounted and pasted on sunboard and comes with a dark brown color wooden framing option
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The original name for the pier (bunder means port) was derived from the ÔPallaÕ fish that was sold at this spot in old times. This was corrupted to the Portuguese ÔPollemÕ and finally to the English Apollo. The pier was once a maze of wharves and docks where brisk trading took place. In the beginning of 1900, the British government began to reclaim this area in order to build a welcoming arch to receive King George V and Queen Mary. S V Rajadhakshya, the chief civil engineer (Public Works Department) during the British Raj, built Apollo Bunder in 1908, while George Wittet designed the Gateway of India to commemorate the first-ever visit of a British monarch to India.
Open edition prints are available in sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL which are approximate to A4, A3, A2, A1 and A0 sizes respectively. We have chosen these because they are standard sizes and provide easy reference points to visualize your print. Limited edition prints are sold as per the size and specifications desired by the photographer.
Paper print sizes S and M will have 1” visible border on all sides. Paper print sizes L , XL and XXL will have 2” visible border on all sides.
All Canvas prints will have 2” non visible border on all sides for stretching and framing purpose.