Mongolian Horse Herders in the Gobi Desert / Billy Bolton
Mongolian Horse Herders in the Gobi Desert, by Billy Bolton
Limited Edition Giclée print on 290gsm Hahnemühle Bamboo archival photographic paper. This paper has a matt finish and is made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton, combining environmental friendliness with high quality photographic printing.
29.8cm x 42cm, including a 1.27cm white border. This is an exclusive, limited edition print of 100, sold unframed.
41.8cm x 58.3cm, including a 2.54cm white border. This is an exclusive, limited edition print of 100, sold unframed.
59.3cm x 83.7cm, including a 2.54cm white border. This is an exclusive, limited edition print of 25, sold unframed.
About this print:
The nomadic tribes of Mongolia rear goats and herd horses for their milk and hair which they use for rope making. The horses are wild and often have to be tracked over vast distances in order to catch them for milking, however the protein is essential in the Gobi Desert.
About the artist:
Billy Bolton is a British photographer based between London and Bristol. His work shooting architecture and interior design projects often takes him across the globe, enabling him to combine his love of photography, design and travel.
His personal and commercial work has a stripped back, documentary style and regularly appears on the pages of international publications including Architectural Review, Suitcase and The Guardian.
Read more about Billy here
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