As the story goes, during his visit, Charlie Chaplin met a beautiful Balinese dancer who was simply smitten with him. She stole a precious fabric from her father, one that had been passed down through generations of their family, and gave it to Charlie as a token of her love. Charlie recognised the cultural significance of the precious fabric and knew that it deserved to be properly appreciated and preserved for generations to come. And so, he donated it to the Smithsonian in Washington DC, where it resides to this very day.
The Love Token
Printed on Ilford Galerie Smooth Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper (310 gsm, 100% Cotton paper) using Epson pigment ink. All materials are archival and do not contain optical brightener content. (OBA). Each image is a limited edition of 25 plus an Artist's proof. All artworks are digitally editioned (with series title/artwork title, edition number and signature) on the front.