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  • Photographer/Contributor: Kevin Bubriski
    Place: Swayambunath Stupa, Kathmandu
    Year: 1987
    Description: Pilgrims, Monkeys & Chaitya

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    Size: 18 x 13 in (45.72 x 33 cm)
    Paper: Ilford Warm Tone Multigrade Fiber paper
    Limited Edition Print #7 of 25, signed by artist

    Pilgrims, Monkeys & Chaitya

    $500.00
  • Out of stock Floating market Quick View

    Original Medium & Size: Tri-X film
    Photographer/Contributor: Sumit Dayal
    Place: Kashmir
    Description: Floating market, Dal Lake, Kashmir, 2010. From the series 'Wish you live long'.

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    Size: 36 x 17 in (91.4 x 43.1 cm)
    Paper: Archival Fiber
    Artist Proof 1 - signed by photographer

    Floating market

  • Out of stock Summer nights along the river Quick View

    Original Medium & Size: 35mm film
    Photographer/Contributor: Sohrab Hura
    Year: 2010 (printed in 2015)

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    Size: 16 x 20 in (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
    Paper: Pigment print
    Artist proof signed by photographer

    Summer nights along the river

  • Out of stock Mugu girls Quick View

    Original Medium: Digital, Canon EOS 5D Mark III
    Photographer/Contributor: Chemi Dorje Lama
    Place: Mugu Village, Karnali
    Year: 2014 Description: Young girls dressed in traditional attire from Mugu village, Karnali zone. Karnali is amongst the least developed regions of Nepal.

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet

    Mugu girls

  • Out of stock Langtang Quick View

    Original Medium: Digital, Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    Photographer/Contributor: Kishor Sharma
    Place: Langtang
    Year: 10 April 2015
    Description: On the way back from Langtang, just 2 weeks prior to the devastating earthquake which swiped away the Langtang valley completely.

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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Langtang

  • Out of stock Manaslu Quick View

    Original Medium: Film
    Photographer/Contributor: Mani Lama
    Place: Namobuddha
    Year:
    Description: Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world at 8,163 metres. Here it's seen from Namobuddha.

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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Manaslu

  • Out of stock Upper Mustang Quick View

    Original Medium: Film, Mamiya 7
    Photographer/Contributor: Nirman Shrestha
    Place: Nepal-China border, Upper Mustang
    Year: 2012
    Description: A cloud over the Nepal-China border in Upper Mustang.

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    Size: 18 x 14.5 in (45.72 x 36.83 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Upper Mustang

  • Original Medium: Digital, Nikon D7000
    Photographer/Contributor: Om Yadav
    Place: Kathmandu
    Year: 3 Oct 2012
    Description: A traditional musical band going to play before pulling the chariot of the Kumari, photographed during the festival of Indra Jatra.

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Indra Jatra

    $200.00
  • Original Medium: Digital, Canon EOS 60D
    Photographer/Contributor: Phurpu Tsering Gurung
    Place: Kathmandu
    Year: 24 June 2011
    Description: In 2011, there were 83 apartment blocks in the Kathmandu Valley, either completed or under construction. Not so long ago, Kathmandu’s building regulations prohibited high-rise structures, so this represents a massive change in the cityscape. It was turning into concrete jungle. - June 24, 2011 - From the series ‘The Young Builders’

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet

    High Risers

    $200.00
  • Original Medium: Digital, Nikon D90
    Photographer/Contributor: Prasiit Sthapit
    Place: Rasuwa
    Year: 8 March 2011
    Description: Cow herders from the low lying valleys often move their cattle to higher altitudes for better grazing, a journey that could take as long as two or three days. March 8, 2011 - From the series ‘The New Silk Road”

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Grazing

    $200.00
  • Original Medium: Digital, Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
    Photographer/Contributor: Sagar Chhetri
    Place: Bhaktapur
    Year: 2014
    Description: A boy rests at the lap of one of the guardian of the Nyatapola Temple of Bhaktapur, built in 1702 AD, on the occasion of Bisket Jatra, 2014.

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Guardian of the Temple

    $200.00
  • Out of stock Praying monks Quick View

    Original Medium: Digital, Nikon D80
    Photographer/Contributor: Sam Kang Li
    Place: Kathmandu
    Year: 2 May 2008
    Description: Monks are seen during a prayer session at the Ka-nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in Boudha, Kathmandu during Lhosar.

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet

    Praying monks

  • Out of stock Abandoned home Quick View

    Original Medium: Digital, Canon 5D Mark II
    Photographer/Contributor: Shikhar Bhattarai
    Place: Solukhumbu
    Year: 11 Mar 2014
    Description: An abandoned home in the Everest region

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Abandoned home

  • Out of stock Woman doing puja Quick View

    Original Medium: Film
    Photographer/Contributor: Thomas Bell
    Place: Saugal, Patan, Lalitpur
    Year: circa 2008
    Description: Woman doing puja

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    Size: 18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Artist proof

    Woman doing puja

  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Bill Hanson
    Place: Bandipur
    Year: 1966
    Description: The young woman in the sunlight, who was Bill Hanson's neighbour, is dressed in golden finery for the annual Dashain celebrations. Hanson's sunglasses top off her festive look.
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    Contributor: Bill Hanson
    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Woman in Sunglasses

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Jay Cross
    Year: 1966-1967
    Place: Myanglung, Terhathum
    Description: A woman bends with the tree as she forages for greens for her goats and water buffaloes. Foraging, in this village, was primarily left to the womenfolk.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A Woman’s Job

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Jay Cross
    Year: 1965
    Place: Dang, Dang Deukhuri
    Description: Unlike many other ethnic groups that carry loads in dokos on their backs with a strap around their foreheads, these Tharu women stand straight to balance their loads on their heads– their hands free to hold, swing, or arrange the folds of their skirts.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A Balancing Act

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Larry Daloz
    Year: May 1964
    Place: Bhojpur
    Description: Gold and silversmiths sell gold earrings and nose rings, silver bangles and anklets. Lying silently in the midst of jewelry and paper money is a necklace of old Indian rupee coins. At that time, these kinds of coin necklaces were still an everyday part of women's accessories for they showed off to the community a woman’s worth.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    The Silver Sale

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 120mm film
    Contributor: Uttam Bahadur Shrestha
    Place: Patan
    Description: In this beautiful portrait of a Tamang mother and daughter, one can see the years between the women reflected in their faces. The photographer in this Patan studio has artfully placed them against a simple backdrop so as to highlight their bejeweled smiling eyes.
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    Size: 12 x 12 in (30.48 x 30.48 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    The Years Between Them

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: James Scott
    Year: 1962
    Place: Dhankuta
    Description: People at a water pipe wash clothes, bathe, and collect drinking water.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A Communal Chore

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Stephen Joseph
    Year: 1964
    Place: Gorkha
    Description: In addition to wearing new clothes and eating delicious food, a famous children’s song anticipating the arrival of the festival of Dashain also includes a verse about swinging on tall bamboo swings. In this photo, two women fly high on a Dashain swing.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Swing Fever

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Ron Elliott
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A Monk In The Field

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Ron Elliott
    Description: In this morning trek, the valley untangles itself from sleep as it slowly wakes up with the rising sun.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A View Of The Valley

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Ron Elliott
    Year: early 1960s
    Place: Kathmandu
    Description: Yards of fabric hang down the walls of houses to dry. In the light sun and wind, the colours and patterns on the cloth set in more deeply. Then the fabric is cut, rolled and brought to the market for sale.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Drying fabric

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Larry Daloz
    Year: April 1964
    Place: Bhojpur
    Description: Rai woman plays a local version of a mouth harp made from bamboo. Earlier, while she was planting rice, her sisters had “accidentally” splashed her with mud. As she plays the mouth harp, the mud on her blouse slowly dries into a crispy layer of earth.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Rai Woman Playing Mouth Harp

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Larry Daloz
    Year: 1964
    Place: Khulunga, Bhojpur
    Description: Kulungi Rai man stands on the edge of a cliff near his village in remote, far northern part of Bhojpur district. This man was one of the few people in the village who had seen Westerners before. This was an extremely remote area and the people were reputed to be dangerous, although there was no indication that this was the case. The man's clothing is largely, if not entirely, homespun from the local plant source for linen.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Rai Man in Linen

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Bill Hanson
    Year: 1968
    Place: Chainpur
    Description: Bill Hanson met the man (the patient in this photo) in Chainpur. He had agreed to carry Hanson's belongings to Namche; but on the way there, he suffered a toothache. Unable to take the pain, he stopped another man who was also going downhill with a load, and asked him to pull his tooth out.
    And just like that, pliers came out from the other man's pack. Kneeling on a straw mat with a cigarette perched on his lips, the dentist effortlessly pulled out the tooth releasing Hanson's companion from pain.
    And everyone was on their merry way.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    The Dentist

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  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: Bill Hanson
    Place: Bhaktapur
    Description: A square in Kathmandu, post harvest.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    A Street Scene

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: David Carlson
    Year: 1965
    Place: Boharagaun, Baglung
    Description: Workmen from the village take a quick break from the labour of building a community water tank.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Builders from Boharagaun

    $150.00
  • Original Medium & Size: 35mm Film
    Contributor: James Scott
    Year: early 1960s
    Place: Basantapur, Kathmandu
    Description: A produce market in Basantapur, Kathmandu Durbar Square. The Kathmandu Durbar Square is one of three Durbar Squares in the Valley, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. When the earthquake hit on April 25, 2015, it severely damaged this site.
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    Size: 12 x 18 in (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
    Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet
    Edition of 100

    Basantapur Market

    $150.00