Keops Safari Limited Edition Print

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In the in the 20th century it was not always easy for a woman to travel and explore distant lands on her own, and less to oriental destinations. But even so, there were some brave ones who dared and decided for the nomadic life than for having a family. One of these women was Sophia Lane Poole, belonging to a true saga of Orientalist researchers who, born in 1804 into a wealthy British family, decided to dedicate a good part of her life to the study of oriental cultures and peoples. Specifically, she devoted great efforts to the historical documentation of the lives of women from other cultures like Egypt. She intended to gather information about the gender-segregated society of Egypt, as well as to report on the way of life of the women of the highest classes in that country. This illustration is dedicated to all the brave female travelers of past and present times.
If you feel identified by nomadic women, check out the Quetzal Goddess Limited Edition Print, inspired by women travelling to central America in past times.

CUSTOM SIZE: If the size you are thinking of is not included or you want something bigger than 40x60cm, please contact me here.

NOTE: These artworks are drawn by hand and colored / retouched digitally. The artwork is printed on high quality natural matte white paper, and the ‘papyrus paper effect’ is printed onto the white paper.

Shipping Info: Please allow 7-10 days for Europe and 20 days for international orders. Tracking will be sent over via email if requested.

If you want to buy more than 20 units, I recommend to visit the WHOLESALE section.