Hyroglif Indigo Stretched Fabric Art

Hyroglif Indigo Stretched Fabric Art

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Rhythmically interlocking hyroglyphs enliven the indigo ground of this stretched cotton fabric panel. The frameless print provides a deep and rich experience upon entering the room, and invites the viewer to join the dance. Shipped ready to hang. Made in the USA.
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Stretched print on cotton.

Can be hung vertically or horizontally.

Dust with a soft cloth. Do not use water or cleaners.

36" x 60"

Made in the USA.

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