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I thought “Rush Hour” was appropriate, although not limited to just these times, in Yangon it’s the norm throughout the day. The majority of people in Yangon rely on public transport to reach their desired destinations. No bus lanes means buses have to frequently stop in the middle of the road and everybody else behind will have to wait. Yangon the largest city and former capital of Burma (Myanmar) is a bustling city and the most important hub for trade. It was most interesting just to sit in a small eatery along the many busy roads and observe the activities in and around buses. Fascinating! This Image is one of a series of four.

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The actual image size is 60cm x 42cm 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: 000-40207-0183-01 (B/W) or 000-40207-0228-01 (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.

Rush Hour 4/4, Yangon, Myanmar – Ltd Ed Print

Ralph A. Ledergerber

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

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Additional Information

I thought “Rush Hour” was appropriate, although not limited to just these times, in Yangon it’s the norm throughout the day. The majority of people in Yangon rely on public transport to reach their desired destinations. No bus lanes means buses have to frequently stop in the middle of the road and everybody else behind will have to wait. Yangon the largest city and former capital of Burma (Myanmar) is a bustling city and the most important hub for trade. It was most interesting just to sit in a small eatery along the many busy roads and observe the activities in and around buses. Fascinating! This Image is one of a series of four.

Other Information:

The actual image size is 60cm x 42cm 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: 000-40207-0183-01 (B/W) or 000-40207-0228-01 (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.

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