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Yangon formerly know as Rangoon during British rule is a busy Asian city in the process of modernisation after 50 years of military rule. Walking the backstreets in downtown Yangon reveals many different lifestyles. Families are busy running their shops, while children are always nearby playing or interacting with peers. Every corner reveals a different face of city life and this portrait of a Burmese child sitting on a Sai Kaa (bicycle or burmese riksha) is one of them. The portrait is one of a series of two.

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The actual image size is 42cm x 60cm 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: 000-40207-0155-01 (B/W) or 000-40207-0217-01 (colour). 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.

Portrait of a Burmese Child 2/2, Yangon, Myanmar – Ltd Ed Print

Ralph A. Ledergerber

AUD$275
Size: 42w x 60h cms
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Limited edition print, edition size 20 on archival 310gsm Hahnemuhle German Paper

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Yangon formerly know as Rangoon during British rule is a busy Asian city in the process of modernisation after 50 years of military rule. Walking the backstreets in downtown Yangon reveals many different lifestyles. Families are busy running their shops, while children are always nearby playing or interacting with peers. Every corner reveals a different face of city life and this portrait of a Burmese child sitting on a Sai Kaa (bicycle or burmese riksha) is one of them. The portrait is one of a series of two.

Other Information:

The actual image size is 42cm x 60cm 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: 000-40207-0155-01 (B/W) or 000-40207-0217-01 (colour). 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.