Seven beautiful sisters were hunting for food with their digging sticks. They came across two men who fell madly in love with the women, but the women did not want them. The men were from the wrong skin group and the women could not marry them, so they fled. The men chased them determined to make them their wives. The women hit them with their digging sticks and ascended into the sky becoming a cluster of stars – Pleiades. The men chased them into the sky and became stars too … they can still be seen today chasing them across the sky.
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Giclee Fine Art Print Material -
Our Archival Pigment Prints are printed on 310 gsm Cotton Rag Paper which contain no optical brightening agents to ensure maximum longevity and museum standards of fade resistance.
The process is digital, and the printer technology is inkjet. The inks are resin-encapsulated pigmented inks, which (when displayed or stored correctly) produce prints that can last up to 200 years before visible fading can be seen.
Our high quality Giclee prints are the truest representation of the original work.
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