This stunning 1.2m x 1.8m image showcases an Ethiopian Hamar women from the Omo Valley.
Jewellery has a great significance in the Hamar culture and represents the social status of the wearer – mature women adorn themselves by wearing thick iron rings stacked on their arms and legs which can only be purchased with cattle. The striking textural contrast of skin, beads and metal, combined with subtle colour variation and high-resolution image, creates a breath-taking centre piece.
Please note we do not use reclaimed wood to frame our works – canvasses are stretched over stabilizer bars and mounted within fine sanded oak floater frame. The result is a luxuriously refined tour de force.

Canvas: Rembrandt Canvas 380 g/m2.
UV resistant 100% cotton fabric with a white matt surface. A high-resolution coating on the printing side provides for well-contrasted, high resolution and high-density image reproduction.
Stretched and Framed: Canvas stretched over stabilizer bars and mounted within fine sanded hardwood oak floater frame.

Printed Image 1200mm(H) x 1800mm(W)
Total canvas size including white border (for stretching/mounting) 1350mm(H) x 1950mm(W)

Do not hang in areas of direct sunlight or above average humidity.
Installation: Frames are supplied ready to hang.




Additional information

Dimensions 5 × 180 × 120 cm

Canvas Print Only, Stretched & Framed