Pouring Latex

RM750.00Price
  • Limited Edition of 10

    The images shows a part of the daily yield of a rubber plantation worker. The process of tapping rubber begins in the early hours of the day and ends typically in the afternoon. These latex are collated and send to a processing plant. The process of collecting latex is an older method and is not common now as the method of cogulating the latex directly in the collection cup is more efficient. Pictured partly is a female Malaysian Indian plantation worker pouring the latex, depicting the important role played by Malaysian Indian women in the industry.

     

    Print Specification:

     

    Image Print Size: 28.1cm x 32.8cm on A3 size paper

     

    Photo Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Photo Rag Pearl Paper

     

    Print Type: Giclee print process with archival ink pigment. 

     

    Certificate of Authenticity is included.

     

    Shipping included.