History and Now

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An imperial guards watch tower outside Gyeongbokgung Palace.  The watch tower is one of the oldest national treasure of Korea dating back to the Joseon dynasty more than five hundred years ago.  This east watch tower is the only remaining one towards the east of the main palace entrance.  Today, its flanked by modern buidlings serving as a tourist spot in a busy traffic junction.  It invokes a very deep sense of how profoundly times have changed against the backdrop of a rich cultural history.

Edition 1 of 8 (limited edition of 8), by Terence Tan

Image print size:  39.0cm X 52.0cm 
Frame size:           60.0cm X 73.0cm 
(framed, white colour wood frame with white mattboard border, ready to hang w/ metal wire D-rings)

Printed on demand, artist signed (on image), numbered, 
dated (year of production) with certificate of authentication by artist

Giclée Prints
Medium: Professional Fineart inkjet archival paper by Hahnemühle, cotton matt
Ink:           Professional inkjet technology, UltraChrome HD by Epson 

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