In 2012 I travelled to Myanmar after the country opened its borders to the West after more than half a century of military rule and explored downtown Yangon and life in the backstreets. There are many remnants from colonial times and this is one of them. Sadly many have disappeared due to lack of funding. However, UNESCO and many other countries are funding the renovation of many signifact buildings from colonial times to preserve them for future generations. This image became the cover for my pictorial Burma: The Jewel of Asia, "Impressions from Yangon". The image Colonial Facade, Yangon, Myanmar is mysterious and at the same time it begs the question who lives in there?
The actual image size is 60cm x 40cm plus a 5cm white border, which includes the limited edition number on the left and the artists signature on the right. Please note: Frames are not inclusive. Prints are individually made to order and therefore 5-7 days for dispatch are required. Free shipping within Australia and flat packed to preserve the integrity of this exclusive print. For overseas shipping please contact the artist. Each print is numbered & signed by the artist. The print is registered with the National Registry of Australian Art & Artists (NRAAA) with the number NRN: 000-40207-0143-01. It comes with a registered, numbered and hologrammed COA, which corresponds with the number of the hologram on the back of your print and is also signed by the artist.
Colonial Facade, Yangon, Myanmar – Ltd Ed Print
Ralph A. Ledergerber
Limited edition print, edition size 20 on archival 310gsm Hahnemuhle German Paper