Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech II
Tom Arne Hanslien
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Pearl
This image is an architectural detail from Jardin Majorelle Marrakech in Morocco. Maybe most famous for being partly owned by Yves Saint-Laurent (his ashes were scattered there after he passed away in 2008). It was designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1920s and 1930s. It was opened to the public in 1947. It's a really tranquil place and is definitely worth a visit if visiting Marrakech, being a quiet oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the city.
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Beautifully Giclée printed on Hahnemuhle Pearl paper - a slightly textured 285 gsm. semi-gloss paper which holds more detail with punchier colours than a matt paper, whilst maintaining a illustrative/ painted feel.
Technology: Epson UltraChrome HDR Wide Gamut Inks with archival life expectancy: 40 years daylight, 200 years in dark.
All prints are professionally printed to ensure the absolute best quality and consistency. I pride myself in strict quality control, hence I only use top professional printers based here in London, that I am content use very strict colour consistency checks and use the very best of printing techniques available. This of course greatly increases production costs, but give me and my customers the peace of mind that I deliver a supreme quality artwork.