Built in 1561, ordered by Ivan the “Terrible”, Saint Basil’s Cathedral commemorates the capture of Kazan. Located in Moscow, Russia.
Originally drawn with Faber-Castell Polychromos coloured pencils, this piece is reproduced as a high quality “Giclée Fine Art Print”. Using only archival pigmented inks designed to last over 200 years on acid free archival paper. Offered as a Landscape (as originally drawn) or as a Portrait orientation in sizes A4 (as originally drawn) up to A2.
Every piece is signed by Nathan McCarron and carefully placed in art safe packaging suitable for shipping worldwide.