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Christian Bobst Print for Charity

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"The Dagpo Shedrub Ling Monastery was started in the Indian Himalayas by monks fleeing the 1959 Chinese takeover of its Tibetan namesake. To this day, young novice monks still risk their lives crossing the border from Tibet to India." —Christian Bobst on his photograph. Includes handwritten note and supports seven non-profits.

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-Available in 11 x 14, 20 x 24 and 30 x 40 inches
-Photographed by Christian Bobst in Tibet
-Exhibition quality digital C-prints
-Nuru prints are open and numbered
-Comes with a hand-written backstory card from photographer
-25% of the sale will be donated evenly to seven non-profits

  • Product Code: V20001789

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