Bayeux - Tryptic - Ref. TS05000001
Bayeux is a small medieval town preserved near the landing beaches whose heritage and historical richness dates back to William the Conqueror : Notre-Dame Cathedral (1077), the embroidered tapestry of Bayeux of 70 meters in length and 50 cm in width dating from 1066 and classified to Unesco relating the conquests of the Normans and the accession to the throne of England, the timber-framed houses and private mansions.
Genuine sepia art photo digital print in format 30x30 cm delivered in tryptic (3 images) or separetly with its own reference. Limited serie in 30 numbered and signed copies. Subligraphy inkjet print on polymerized 2 or 3 mm aluminum by heat tranfer on press assuring an exceptional preservation of 70 to 100 years according to light environment. The support is highly resistant to UV, corrosion, abrasion and scratches and waterproof allowing easy maintenance thanks to a simple sponge or a damp cloth.
Digital process imitating the "line-engraving" producing a very beautiful and realistic lithographic effect on satin or glossy support according to image styles.
Each art photo print is available separetly with its own reference (TS02000010 - TS02000011 - TS000012) or in tryptic presentation (TS0500001) to enable you to decorate accordingly to your tastes, needs in vertical panoramic, horizontal, diagonal... These panoramic persentations are only suggestions of interior decoration.
Our sepia digital art prints 30x30 cm are ready for framing. It is not necessary to use a protective glass. A simple clip on the back of aluminum or better a "Caisse américaine" framing in matt or satin quality which will bring you a nice 3D effect on your exposition walls (in option only).
This product requires subcontracting materials and services. The right of withdrawal (Law Hamon) can not apply. A manufacturing time of 16 days is required for this product.
Represented frames are suggestions of presentation and are not necessarily available in order (except "Caisse américaine" moulding in option).