Egypt Duotone Prints

Khayrbak Mosque

8 cards, 4 of each design, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

8 cards, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

8 cards, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

One of my favorite photographic subjects was the Khayrbak Mosque, built in 1520 CE by the first Ottoman governor of Egypt. Typical of many mosques, it had a dual purpose as a gathering shelter for prayer and as a religious school (madrassa).

Image Date: 1952

These beautiful images are made using the very latest digital technologies.

Quality: Each print is individually produced and inspected.

Preparation Time: Please allow 4 to 6 business days for printing, plus shipping.

Printer: Epson Stylus Pro 7900

Paper: Exhibition Fiber, developed in collaboration with many of the industry’s leading professional photographers to ensure it meets their most discerning requirements.

Ink: UltraChrome HDR

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SKU: A2-6 B119-8 Category:

Description

One of my favorite photographic subjects was the Khayrbak Mosque, built in 1520 CE by the first Ottoman governor of Egypt. Typical of many mosques, it had a dual purpose as a gathering shelter for prayer and as a religious school (madrassa).

Additional information

Weight1.00 lbs
Dimensions8 × 10 in
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