Mount Lavinia Beach, Ceylon, 1948
A hope-filled, almost California-esque celebration of hedonism depicted on Mount Lavinia Beach in 1948 by CKL Samarasinghe. CKL captures both the feeling of freedom and the advent of gender equality in the air at the end of WWII and more importantly the feeling of freedom from colonial rule as 1948 was the year the British left the Island paradise forever.
When you purchase a Stick No Bills® 1/10 Gold or Caplain White Gold / Silver Leaf Edition you are investing in a framed, extremely rare, museum standard, age-resistant, acid-free uniquely numbered fine art print; one of just ten editions, made in Palma De Mallorca under our Creative Director and Master Printers' supervision, with white gold / silver leaf or gold leaf (your choice) letters inscribed onto the richly textured one-of-a-kind Hahnemühle® fabric by the Spanish royal family´s British yacht gilder.
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There will only ever be a total of ten Gold and ten Caplain White Gold / Silver Leaf Editions of the image you elect for us to produce in this museum grade format.
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|Artist / Production Entity:||C.K.L. Samarasinha|
|Dimensions:||73 x 110cm / 28.7" x 43.3"|
|Location where created:||Colombo|
|Era / Date of Original Release:||1948|