The monumental Hagia Sophia, rising against the crimson evening sky of Istanbul, captured in March 2018. It once was the greatest church of Christendom for centuries until it was turned into a mosque by the Ottoman Empire who captured the Byzantine capital Constantinople in 1453. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder and President of the Republic of Turkey, turned the mosque into a public museum in 1935.
This photograph will be printed on highest quality Giclée Fine Art paper (Hahnemühle Pearl) by my trusted printing company based in London. The chosen paper creates really natural black and white images and offers vibrant colour reproduction and great detail. The paper is resin coated with a fibrous feel. The satin finish of the resin coating gives depth to the image which combined with the texture and vibrant colour reproduction gives the image the feel of an oil painting. It is one of the most suitable Fine Art papers for mounting.
Your order will be personally inspected and hand signed by me. If you wish, I can also leave you a short greeting on the back of the print.
This picture is available in different sizes. The recommended size is 30x45cm (A3), but also works well as a smaller and larger print. The photo comes with a standardised 2cm white border. If you wish the white border to be thicker or thinner, please add this information after placing the item in your Shopping Cart.
PLEASE NOTE: Framing and mounting are not included. Shipping costs will be added to your order price.