top of page

When Wallace was struck down by a near-fatal case of malaria in 1861, authorities from the Dutch East Indies Company took advantage of his weakened state and confiscated the cloth. The loss of the “Red Rag” was a significant blow to Wallace, who had come to view it as a symbol of his travels and scientific achievements.

The Red Rag

  • 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. 

bottom of page