Sugriva - Limited edition
Sugriva - Limited edition
Sugriva - Limited edition
Sugriva - Limited edition
Sugriva - Limited edition

Sugriva - Limited edition

Regular price $180.00 Sale

A gallery-quality giclée print of Sugriva from the Forbidden Forest exhibition. This is part of a series of illustrations that reimagines mythological creatures from South Asian folklore. Each artwork celebrates these fantastic beasts through composition, texture and its accompanying narrative.

  • Limited edition of 20, hand signed and numbered on the front
  • Exhibition size print 24” x 36” (Frame not included)
  • Gallery-quality giclée art print on heavy weight 250gsm smooth matte paper printed with archival pigment inks for an ultra-bright and vibrant finish
  • Numbered limited edition seal on the back
  • Includes a written narrative describing the folklore behind this creature
  • 5% of proceeds from every limited edition print will be donated to World Animal Protection. You can visit their website for more information: worldanimalprotection.ca

Limited edition prints only ship to Canada and USA  |  Free shipping

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Open editions available

This print is also available as an open edition giclée art print in two sizes (8 x 10” & 12 x 16”) with international shipping options. Orders can be made via our INPRNT gallery store.

This print is also available as an open edition, printed on demand in smaller sizes with international shipping options.

Open edition prints can be ordered at: Humble Raja INPRNT gallery

The following sizes are available at the link above:

 8 x 10"
$30.00 + shipping
12 x 16"
$45.00 + shipping
  • A gallery-quality giclée art print
  • Printed with archival inks on 100% cotton rag archival paper
  • Prints are listed by sheet size and feature a minimum one-inch border

Sugriva : The Cautious Brother

Sugriva was the twin brother to the ancient monkey king Vali. As the timid one, Sugriva was not rash, but rather would mediate the risk at hand to determine what’s best for his people. In a tragic misunderstanding with his brother, he was exiled from his kingdom but eventually regained the crown and place in his kingdom, but at the cost of his brother’s life.

About this Collection

This print is part of a 12 part series called Forbidden Forest: an exhibition celebrating the art of storytelling through a series of illustrations of ancient South Asian mythological creatures. Forbidden Forest was launched at the DesignTO 2019 Festival and was awarded the Juror’s Choice Award and People’s Choice Award for Favourite Exhibition.