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This is a view of the temple complex Philae in Aswan, Egypt. The original was done in ink and watercolor guache on paper. This whole complex was saved from the innundation caused by the Russian high dam, by the British, who disassembled and reassembled it higher up on a terraformed island. The island is in the lake between the old Aswan dam, and the newer, Russian high dam; it is only accessable by boat. I did a series of ink drawings of this temple complex, and other places I visited in Egypt; all of which are still available in print form. The prints are standard letter size on acid free paper, printed with archival inkjet inks.

Temple of Philae Pillars print


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  • Vintage handmade item
  • Materials: archival inkjet inks, acid free paper
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