Liquid Gloss

Highland Chameleon

399.00

The highest peaks in Rwenzori Mountains National Park are permanently covered with snow. The East African three-horned chameleon is a resident of their humid rainforests.

 

This artwork comes with our most luxurious finish. It is printed on the Durst Lambda machine and glued on a 4mm aluminum dibond plate. After this, the photo enters the specially designed, dust-free climate-controlled laboratory for 4 to 5 days and the resin is poured over it. After the work has hardened, it is cleaned and the back is provided with an aluminum suspension frame.

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Dimensions:

75 x 50 cm

Weight:

3 kg

Material:

Lambda fotoprint, aluminium dibond & liquid gloss

Condition:

the artwork includes a suspension frame

Highland Chameleon

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