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print 18х50 sm | edition -9
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The Narts are heroes of a North Caucasian epic. Legends about them are still popular in North Ossetia-Alania, where boys are often named after heroes, and martial arts keep a connection with folklore. The project “Blood of the Narts” by Fyodor Telkov tells about how the heritage of ancestors lives in modern Ossetian culture. The project was implemented with financial and technical support from the North Caucasian branch of the State Museum and Exhibition Center “ROSIZO”.
There are many framing options for all prints. This diptych by Fedor Telkov can be printed in one or two prints, then, at your request, in can be framed or rolled on dibond.
The site offers the options for framing based on the printing of one print-panorama, listed in the drop-down menu to the right of the photograaph.
- matt wooden molding in black and white (rail: width 2 cm, depth 2.5 cm) covered with baguette glass (thin polished sheets, thickness not more than 2 mm) with hanging elements, which is used to protect works of art.
- a print framed in a baguette will have external dimensions equal to the size of the print + 2cm to each of the 4 sides. (for example, the outer dimensions of a baguette for a print measuring 40×60 cm will be 44×64 cm).
- knurling on aluminum (dibond). Dibond is a durable and lightweight material, which is a composite aluminum-graphite panel with a smooth surface. The print rolled onto aluminum / dibond is a finished product that does not need to be framed. The mounting structure allows you to securely mount the printed photo on the wall.
- the outer dimensions of the print rolled onto aluminum / dibond are equal to the size of the print.
Other framing options can be offered upon request. To do this, please contact the gallery. We work with the best professional framing shops. The baguette, mat and other consumables meet the museum requirements, and the baguette work is done by experienced craftsmen.