A study of a famous sculpture of the ancient King of Cambodia Jayavaraman VII.
Jayavaraman VII was known as a great conqueror, builder of many of the Temples around Angkor Wat and deeply concerned with the wellbeing of his nation. He wanted to turn his kingdom into an earthly paradise. This sculpture depicts him in meditation posture bearing a striking resemblance to the Buddha. James
Digital art, reproduced on Canson 'Edition Etching' high-quality art paper using Epsom UltraChrome ink. Paper type and reproduction quality has been approved by the artist. Choose print only or framed using our hand-made frame options.
You'll find the following options available in the drop down list above:
Print-only (w x h):
S print (5"x7") - approx. 13cm x 18cm,
M print (10"x14") - approx. 25cm x 36cm,
L print (20"x28") - approx. 51cm x 71cm,
XL print (30"x42") - approx. 76cm x 107cm, and
XXL print (40"x56") - approx. 102cm x 142cm.
Framed and ready-to-hang (w x h):
Framed S (8"x10") - approx. 20cm x 25cm total size with a print that's 8"x8",
Framed M (14"x18") - approx. 36cm x 46cm total size with a print that's 16"x16", and
Framed L (26"x36") - approx. 66cm x 91cm total size with a print that's 24"x24".
Frames are available in Oak, White and Black. Small frame option has a 20mm frame thickness, others use a 40mm thickness. Mat surround is off-white and approx. 1" for the small frame and 2" on the larger frame options. Larger frame sizes use an acrylic glass to keep the weight down.
Room mock-ups are indicative only. The XL and XXL room mock-ups are to help visualise the size of these options. All unframed prints come with a small white border to assist your frame maker to frame the print.
**New Zealand-based customers.....please note that all products are shipped from Brisbane, Australia. Total package costs in excess of NZ$1000 will incur import taxes and duty on arrival in New Zealand.**