Available as a signed archival print, gallery style float mount, or face mounted acrylic. The mounted versions are ready to hang with the hardware shown, or you can add moulding from your local frame shop. The float mount has a luster finish, and the acrylic mount has a high gloss finish.
The Yungbulakang Palace is considered the first Buddhist Palace in Tibet. It was built during the 5th century, but was heavily damaged during the Cultural Revolution. By 1983 it has been mostly reconstructed.
20 × 30 × 2 in
Standard Edition 2:3
16X24 Inch Archival Print, 20X30 Inch Archival Print, 30X45 Inch Archival Print, 40X60 Inch Archival Print
Face Mounted Acrylic, Gallery Float Mount, Print Only