Print of the Bombay High Court (Perspective Shot)LSM006P-1
This is a print of the original painting available in a size of of 8 x 10 inches.
The structure follows the Gothic revival architecture dating back to the early English style. Although the name of the city changed from Bombay to Mumbai in 1996, the name of the High court remained the same i.e., 'The Bombay High Court'.
This beautiful structure built with black stone is one of the oldest and biggest courts in Western India .
Along the west of the central tower, there are two octagonal towers and statues of 'Justice' and 'Mercy' on the top of this building which serve as a source of inspiration for law abiding citizens.
Sold exclusively through Law Suits and More as a part of our new Courtship Collection!
Anchal’s art, “her use of colours leaves you feeling invigorated” as one of her clients puts it. Her work has been exhibited at the Dubai International Art Show, the Indian Art Festival and more. We’re delighted to have her work on the “Courtship Series” featuring High courts around the country.
- Actual product may vary in colour and size due to photographic lightening or your monitor settings.
|Dimensions (In Inches) :||8" x 10"|
|Medium/Material :||Matt paper of 150-200 gsm|
|Framing Suggestions :||A white mount of 2"-4" and a thick black/brown wooden frame|
|Artist/Brand :||Anchal Agarwal Bansal|