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Title: Malchik

Date taken: 1990

Where: Moscow, Russia

Description: I had the opportunity to visit the Soviet Union in 1990 when it was still a Communist country. The stark contrast of their lives to the then-lives of Americans was amazing. They loved and embraced our tour group. The door in this picture is the entrance to a cathedral on the rural outskirts of Moscow, the child is dressed in traditional regional clothing. He was very happy to receive a couple of packs of gum for having his photograph taken :)

Size: Printed on 8.5"x11" stock, image has white borders to maintain proper ratios and is therefore slightly smaller. ALSO AVAILABLE IN OTHER SIZES, UP TO 17X22, please email me if interested.

Technical stuff: The photo is printed by a professional Epson Stylus 4900 photo printer on Exhibition Fiber Paper with a slight gloss finish. Archival quality inks are used for a manufacturer's suggested life-span of 200 years.

Arches/Doorways--A small Russian Child Outside the Entrance to a Church on the Rural Outskirts of Moscow, Russia.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Exhibition Fiber Photographic Paper, Archival Inks
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from North Carolina, United States
  • Feedback: 8 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people

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