A fine art quality reproduction of an early 19th century map of Calcutta, India. These finely detailed maps were originally hand drawn and colored by pioneering cartographers. This piece not only provides cartographic facts and information; it displays the natural contours of the landscape. This piece emphasizes how the artist's hand accentuates beauty by blending both city and landscape, making this particular map a very well balanced and insightful piece of art.
Outside edge of frame dimensions.
Matte Black | Dark Silver | Dark Gold
Small | Width 25 1/2" x Height 19 1/2"
Medium | Width 33 1/2" x Height 25 1/2"
Large | Width 49 1/2" x Height 37 1/2"
Extra Large | Width 65 1/2” x Height 49 1/2”
Silver | Gold
Small | Width 26” x Height 20”
Medium | Width 34” x Height 26”
Large | Width 50” x Height 38”
Extra Large | Width 66” x Height 50”
Small | Width 28 3/4” x Height 22 3/4”
Medium | Width 36 3/4” x Height 28 3/4”
Large | Width 46 3/4” x Height 36 1/4”
Our selection of paper is of museum and gallery quality. These pieces are printed on matte premium archival paper. All framed pieces arrive finished with acrylic glass and hanging hardware, ready to mount.
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