The fishes of India by Francis Day 166 Chanos salmoneus Chirocentrus dorab Dussumieria acuta Elops s

Regular Glass: The cheapest and most common form of frame glazing, regular glass protects your art piece from dust and scratches only. This glazing is susceptible to breakage and does not protect your artwork from harmful UV rays or contain any anti-glare properties. This glazing option is only available for Mini and Small prints. (more)

Acrylic Glazing: Resistant to breakage, acrylic glazing is popular for its light weight and easy maintenance. This type of glazing provides superior clarity, along with physical protection from dust and scratches. (more)

Anti-glare Acrylic: Anti-glare glazing enhances the beauty of the artwork with a matte-like finish that scatters light to prevent any unwanted glare or reflection. It is the best glazing option available in the market. Along with its nearly invisible finish, it also protects the artwork from harmful UV rays so your framed pieces do not fade or deteriorate over time. (more)

Matboard
preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading preloading
Price
Rs.195.00
 

Ships In

24 - 48 hours.

Out Of Stock
Description

Our posters are custom cut and made available in six maximum sizes - Mini, Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and King Size. Mini and small sizes are printed on a Lykam Gloss surface, while medium to king sizes are printed on a Matte poster surface with silk-like texture. These posters are a pleasant move away from the stiffness of most posters. When your awesome collection arrives by mail, you can be sure that they'll be crease-free and in mint condition.

 
Available as
About this artwork

The fishes of India by Francis Day 166 Chanos salmoneus Chirocentrus dorab Dussumieria acuta Elops saurus This material has been rebuilt as vector for both style and printing purposes. Plates are originally from “The fishes of India : being a natural history of the fishes known to inhabit the seas and fresh waters of India, Burma and Ceylon” by Francis Day. It was originally published in London by B. Quaritch, 1875-1878. Source material is in the public domain. To produce the rebuild, archival scans are color corrected, cropped, converted to vector at a size appropriate for printing, and saved with correct color space. For each positive plate in this series, an inversion has also been created. -Wetdryvac / Wetdryvac.net

View More
More from this Artist
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
  • James Audubon Vector Rebuild - The Birds of America - From Drawings Made in the United States and Th
You may also like
  • LOST QUEEN
  • Happy Mogambo
  • WILDBEAUTIFUL
  • CRACKUP
  • The Fae Falls 2
  • The Fae Falls
  • Paradise