Vittala Temple | Hampi
Listed under the UNESCO World Heritage Site as the Group of monuments at Hampi and dating back to the 2nd century, this city was also one of the most opulent cities in the world at its peak of the Medieval world. Located in Hampi, the Vittala temple complex captured in this drawing was built in the 15th century houses the iconic stone chariot, which has made its way onto the ₹50 bill of the Indian currency.
The Travel Journal is a series of Drawings made on Location during travels by the Artist. Through combining her Architecture training and sensitivity to space, the Artist truly captures sense of space and lets you see these beautiful places from her eyes.
PRINT | This is an open-edition Giclée print, which is the industry standard for art exhibitors around the world. These prints are high quality Inkjet Prints that capture an extraordinary level of detail. All prints come with a minimum 1" border.
PAPER | Hahnemühle German Etching | 310 gsm | Textured Matt Finish| 100% α-cellulose | High Color Consistency | Acid- and lignin-free