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Mariupol Greeting Card featuring the pyrography Royal. Mariupol by Anna Rumiantseva

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Royal. Mariupol Greeting Card

Anna Rumiantseva

by Anna Rumiantseva



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

The architecture of Mariupol is characterized by the following styles: provincial Classicism , Ukrainian Gothic and Baroque. The old town is built... more

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Artist's Description

The architecture of Mariupol is characterized by the following styles: provincial Classicism , Ukrainian Gothic and Baroque. The old town is built largely in the modern and classical styles. However, the historic center of the city gained its modern landscape thanks to chief architect Victor Nelson, who designed many of the buildings which are now historic, federally-protected entities. 2018 became the year known for the rebirth of Mariupol. This year held many significant reconstructions of numerous houses and plazas. The city adopted a new appearance and a new life while keeping its uniqueness and varied architecture.

The beauty of the city at night speaks for itself. It is wonderful not only in the daytime, but at night too. The houses are light up brightly, cheering up every citizen. In the evening, you can always walk down the street, enjoying the magnificent surroundings. The buildings suffered greatly from the shootings, but are nearing reconstruction

About Anna Rumiantseva

Anna Rumiantseva

Anna Rumiantseva is an American artist and professional photographer who specialized in Family, Maternity, Macro, and Landscape photography. She works with many companies such as Omni and Devry University and does outstanding work for several Real estate agencies and Designers. Her art has received numerous international and local awards. Anna is recognized and published in many magazines from California, Arizona, New Mexico and Georgia for her wonderful landscape and family photos. Anna is best known for her recreations of landscape photography using color HDR imaging. This process is a form of High-dynamic-range imaging which merges multiple dynamic-range images into a single image to show details that cannot be...