Aerial view of rice terraces, Bali Mounted print, H51 x W69cm, Perspex
A striking image taken at a 90-degree angle of a vast, vivid rice terrace in Bali by photographer Evgeny Vasenev. The Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are famous for their innovative irrigation system and awe-inspiring beauty. Known as the subak, the traditional Balinese co-operative irrigation system is said to have been passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the 8th century.
Presented between a sheet of perspex and aluminium backing, each mounted photographic print forms an airtight bond with the materials to ensure no air bubbles or warping and creates a striking 'frameless' effect as the image is printed edge to edge. Finished with an aluminium sub-frame, this print is easy to hang directly onto your wall of choice.
Dimensions: 51 x 69cm (20 x 27")
Material: Face-mounted photographic print onto perspex with an aluminium backing.
Care: Keep out of direct sunlight and heat to ensure the print remains at the highest quality. Please note that wall fixings do not come included as standard.
Please note: The price is inclusive of delivery and insurance and each piece will be hand-delivered direct to you by a specialist Artwork Courier using a white glove delivery service.