Ink Issues - Mala Pecora - An homage to tattooed women - By Rick Arnold
Numbering and numbers
A maximum of 5 copies are printed and numbered and signed.
The word 'Baryta' comes from the chemical compound bariet - barium sulfate. This is a natural mineral, similar to clay. This mineral can be used for the production of linoleum, rubber and plastics, among others, but in paper it is used as a coating.
Photo is provided with an Aluminium frame, matt black anodized with true colour 70% UV resent glass
3 to 4 weeks
Width: 50 cm
Height: 75 cm
Upon purchase, you agree that this art item cannot be returned.
Item Number: RA-INK-105