The Gaze of Olympos: A Limited Edition Masterpiece
Immerse yourself in the world of artistry and cultural significance with this exceptional black and white photography wall art from Greece. Captured by acclaimed photographer George Tatakis, this limited edition, signed, and numbered print portrays a woman with a piercing gaze outside the local cemetery's ossuary in Olympos, Karpathos island, the Dodecanese, Greece. Published in National Geographic, this remarkable artwork has garnered international acclaim for its profound representation of tradition and human connection.
A Timeless Masterpiece, Exquisitely Presented
This limited edition, signed, and numbered print is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail. Printed on Hahnemuhle Baryta Photo Rag paper using cutting-edge 12x pigment ink technology by Canon, this work embodies unrivaled quality. The print's dimensions of 105 x 70 cm, elegantly framed within a white beech frame-box, create a captivating focal point for any space.
The work comes with a certificate of authenticity, featuring a special fiber paper with embedded fluorescent fibers and the watermark of Hahnemühle. Each work and certificate bear tamper-safe hologram stickers with a unique serial number, connecting the print to its certificate. Additionally, the certificate boasts the unique wax seal and signature of George Tatakis. Rest assured, your investment is not only a work of art but also a registered piece within the catalog of Hahnemühle and the photographic archives of the prestigious Benaki Museum in Athens.
The print is shipped worldwide, securely enclosed within a custom-made wooden crate to ensure its safe arrival. The crate bears the unique wax seal of George Tatakis, further ensuring the integrity of the package. As a testament to its value and historical significance, the owner's name is registered with the photographic archives of the Benaki Museum.
A Window into Olympos on Karpathos Island
Step into the captivating realm of Olympos on Karpathos Island through this extraordinary piece. The artist's lens reveals the intricate details of the traditional Easter festivities, showcasing the poignant ritual of offering confectionary to commemorate the deceased. As the woman's gaze meets the lens, a profound connection is established, transcending time and cultural boundaries.
Discover more wall art from the Olympos on Karpathos island collection, where George Tatakis invites you to explore the diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage of this enchanting region. Each meticulously crafted piece embodies the essence of Karpathos Island, creating an ambiance of sophistication and artistic elegance in your space.