Yislamoo

The Bedouinista Wall Art Print

Size Guide
Portrait Art Print Sizes, and Paper & Printing Specifications

 

A4 (29.7 x 21cm)

A3 (42 x 29.7cm)

A2 (59.4 x 42cm)

A1 (84.1 x 59.4cm)

 A0 (118.9 x 84.1cm)

PREMIUM FINE ART PAPER

Yislamoo’s fine art prints are digitally printed on Hahnemuhle Matt 308gsm paper. The result is a beautiful print with vibrant colors. Each A4 print is packed in a cellophane wrapper with supporting backboard. A3 sizes upwards come rolled up in an art tube.

For international orders, our art prints are processed from the LA with US standard print sizes in Enhanced Matte Paper Poster, below is the size specs and their US equivalent 
 Print Size Equivalent in Inches
A4 8 x 10
A3 12 x 18
A2 18 x 24
A1 24 x 36

 

FRAMED PRINTS

Each art print is nested beautifully within a white margin/border in an unmounted black/white (as per your selection) acrylic frame and glass, ready to hang!

Yislamoo’s fine art prints are digitally printed on Hahnemuhle Matt 308gsm paper. The result is a beautiful print with vibrant colors.

STRETCHED CANVAS

Digitally printed on high-grade canvas stretched over natural solid wood bars, ready to hang!

  • High-quality digital print on Hahnemuhle Matt 308gsm paper
  • Available framed in a black or white acrylic frame with glass, and on Stretched Canvas over natural solid wood bars, ready to hang
  • Poster sizes A4 - A1.  (For framed pieces - outermost dimensions listed)
  • Posters are shipped worldwide, frames are only available in the UAE

Arabian Art, Bedouin Art, Arabian Art, Arabic Posters

If you're a fan of modern Arabian art, this is a great wall decor piece to add your home interior, bringing a modern vibe to a traditional scene.

Breathing a fresh air of pop art into this quintessentially bedouin image. Bedouin women are well recognized for their wisdom, tolerance for hardship and that fierce gaze behind kohl eyes. Something worth recognizing and appreciating.

This piece was created from a found photograph. We are always fascinated by human beings from the past in general and from beautiful Arabia in specific.
The mesmerizing stare of this woman is something to ponder at, especially in a time that dictated women to be modest and submissive.
Traditions and boundaries are always meant to be stretched if not broken, and this woman's stare signifies her strong character, so fierce, protective and defiant.

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