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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
Delivery within 10-12 working days
Up to the mid-19th century, Bombay was a walled city. What was once Bombay Fort, got its name from Fort George, the defensive fort built by the British. Bombay Fort had three large gates. Apollo Gate was at Apollo Bunder in Colaba, while Bazar Gate was right opposite the present dome of the General Post Office (GPO. The most famous was Church Gate, named after St. Thomas Cathedral. It was located almost exactly on the spot where the Flora Fountain now stands. As the city grew the walls were torn down in the mid-19th century to enable expansion. But the area is still referred to as Churchgate, lending its name to the street and the station, although the gate itself has long disappeared. Churchgate Street, now known as Veer Nariman Road runs from Horniman Circle at the east end to what was originally named Marine Drive at the edge of the Back Bay.In the picture, in the background to the right is the Church Gate itself. It provided access through the walls till the city walls were torn down to help in the expansion of the city.
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.