DPR Korea Grand Tour


Bongsu Protestant Church (DPRK 209)

Bongsu Protestant Church (DPRK 209)

from 150.00


A lay minister at Bongsu Protestant Church. The church is nondenominational; American evangelist Billy Graham once preached here. European, American, and Canadian missionaries introduced Protestant Christianity to Korea in the 19th century, where it took root, especially in the northern half of the peninsula. Before 1945, Pyongyang had the largest Christian population

of any city in East Asia except Manila. Many of today’s Christians are the descendants of prominent merchant and intellectual families who were involved in nationalist activities against Japanese rule during the colonial period, and,

for this reason, are allowed to continue their family traditions in the predominately atheist DPRK.
28 May 2017 10:00 AM

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Archival digital print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta 325 gr.

Delivery in Europe may take up to 2 weeks. Packaged in a cardboard roll with silk paper. Signed label with edition, title and signature included with all prints (in case you would like to mount the print - losing the signature). All prints are also signed on the back. Requests for signing on the front can be made by email (at the same time of the order) or in the 'Comments' field after you click 'Add to cart'.

If you prefer to have the print(s) sent by Fedex or DHL (or other), please ask me for a quote. In that case shipping is not free, packaging is.

Frames are made of neutral wood (2cm). Museum glass of the highest quality. Mounted on Dibond. 1 cm empty space between glass and print. White border around the image is standard, borderless prints can also be requested (not for A3 size).

Import taxes and VAT is at your own cost (if applicable).

A replacement print will be sent if proof of damage can be made. In case the print is returned to me (wrong address or local postal problem), a fee for a second shipment will be asked.

Local pickup means making an appointment to come to my home and studio in Melle/ Belgium, a short chat and possibly a coffee or cava. :-) In that case payment can be made in person, no need to pay online in advance. Simply order the print by mail.