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Jack Kruf

The Circus

    • The Circus is a historic ring of large townhouses in the city of Bath, Somerset, England, forming a circle with three entrances. Designed by architect John Wood, the Elder, it was built between 1754 and 1768, and is regarded as a pre-eminent example of Georgian architecture. The name comes from the Latin circus, meaning a ring, oval or circle.
    • Slider: image original, wall art in room (2).
    • Print on Hahnemühle natural line Hemp fine art paper, 290 gsm, 60% hemp fibre, 40% cotton, lightly textured felt structure, ISO 9706 compliant and with museum quality for high age resistance.
    • Print in 3:2 ratio, 57*38 cm on A2 paper format. Frame not included.
    • Hahnemühle Hemp is one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibres in the world. It is an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibres, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the US Declaration of Independence.
    • Edition of 5, signed and numbered by the artist.
    • Ships within 5 working days after order.
    • Price including V.A.T. and shipping.