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Cathedral, Old Goa, India.

From my travels to India in 2013, digitally altered to add texture and atmosphere to this enchanting location.

The Sé Cathedral is Goa’s most important ecclesiastical building. Construction started in 1562 and took 100 years to build, although it was first used in 1619 prior to the alters being completed. It originally had two towers, but one collapsed in 1776 and was never rebuilt. The spacious interior has eight separate chapels as well as a high alter.

Image is printed on canvas wrap, all ready to hang upon delivery.

The canvas surface is laminated for the ultimate protection. No cracking, water resistant, cleanable, scratch proof and UV protection of up to 200 years.

Printed using only genuine HP Vivera Inks at 1440 dpi, producing unrivalled image quality and a stunning canvas print.

All pine stretcher bars are knot free to prevent warping, and the canvas has galvanized staples taped for a neat appearance and to protect your walls.

Materials used:

Giclée Canvas

Cathedral, Old Goa (2013)


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This artwork is sold by Kevin Standage from United Kingdom

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