Rooster and Beoseon
The work is printed on German Paper with Japanese inks. This is a reproduction of the original printed with Giclee method. Giclee method is only for fine art prints using pigment-based archival inks mainly because of high cost. Beoson in the title means Korean traditional socks.
The original painting was created during Joseon Dynasty's period in Korea.
All orders will be printed upon request and shipped approximately 10 business days after the order is placed.
You can also order the matching frames handmade by Korean framers with African wood molded in Italy among our Frame Collections. Framed prints will be shipped approximately 10 business days after the order is placed.
Dimensions: Small - 11 * 14 inches
Medium - 16 * 20 inches
Materials: German paper, Japanese ink, Korean frame made of African Ayous Wood molded in Italy, Acrylic
Notes: Hang this work on a wall avoiding the direct sun lights and humidity; the colors on the print will last for about one hundred years if you hang it properly.