Limited Edition:49 left in this size. Frame not included
A minimalistic illustration of the Lal Qila of Delhi, more commonly known as the Red Fort.
Taking almost ten years to build the Red Fort was constructed as the palace fort of Shahjahanabad, the new capital city of the fifth Mughal Emperor of India, Shah Jahan.
The architecture and interior design of the Red Fort takes inspiration from Persian, Timurid and Hindu traditions, culminating in a truly epic and intimidating palace, desired by the leaders of empires.
As such, over the following centuries, the Red Fort was occupied by not only subsequent Mughal Emperors, but also by the Sikhs, the British and finally the Indian government.
The term giclée describes a superior fine-art digital printing process that combines premium inks with archival quality paper to produce a premium end product.
PREMIUM PIGMENT-BASED INKS
Our giclée artwork is produced using only the finest pigment-based inks. Pigment-based inks have a longer lifespan than their dye-based counterparts and can last anywhere from 100 to 200 years without significant fading.
All of our artwork is printed on 100% cotton-rag archival-quality fine-art paper. Cotton paper is superior in both strength and durability to wood pulp-based paper and is commonly used in museums and fine art galleries.