Sacrifice to Dragon Askiz - Askiz is a river in Khakassia, not far from which there is the Qazanovsky Dragon rock. It is called Qazanovsky because there is a village nearby, founded by Khan Qazan. On the other side of the mountain, life is in full swing - people have settled there, tourists come. However, strangers do not rise here. Until now, sacrifices are performed under the dragon's head. - Azat Minnekaev
FRAMING & SIZE DETAILS
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Giclee print made using archival inks on Entrada Rag Natural, a luxurious, thick, 100% cotton, smooth fine art paper. This archival paper is acid and lignin-free to guarantee that prints last a lifetime without fading. Unframed prints include a 1” white border around the image to allow for future matting and framing if desired.
Dimensions in inches
Print 16 x 8 - w/Border 18 x 10
Print 20 x 10 - w/Border 22 x 12
Giclee print made using archival inks on Entrada Rag Natural and given a deckled (torn) edge, ideally suited for display on a conservation grade, acid and lignin-free black mat. The solid wood frame with a matte black wood veneer is ¾ “ wide and 1 ¼ “ deep. Tru Vue Conservation Reflection Control® Acrylic scatters and diffuses light to reduce unwanted glare and blocks up to 99% of UV rays.
Dimensions in inches
Print 16 x 8 - Framed 19 x 11
Print 20 x 10 - Framed 23 x 13
Sacrifice to Dragon Askiz
Azat Shamilevich Minnekaev was born in Ufa, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia in 1958. His paintings, illustrations, and theater art have been exhibited around the world including Moscow, St. Petersburg, London, Paris and Anchorage, Alaska. His artwork is in the collection of numerous museums, galleries and private collections around the world. In 1992, Azat spent six months living and working in Alaska, as a guest of the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island, at the personal invitation of community leader Larry Merculieff. Azat lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia.