A tribute to the Scots legacy in Singapore that goes back to colonial days. The architecture remains but many of the names are forgotten. Indeed, some of the Scots names associated with Singapore are not connected to bricks and mortar but the building of the colonial administration. Raffles is generally acknowledged as the founder of colonial Singapore, but he had in fact a co-founder, a Scot, by the name of William Farquhar. The first Governor, in 1823, John Crawfurd, was a Scot and even Raffle’s doctor was a Scot.
Ideal as a feature of any room in your home or office. Also makes for a great souvenir or gift!
This print comes in the following sizes:
A0 – 118.9cm (w) x 84.1cm (h)
A1 – 84.1cm (w) x 59.4cm (h)
A2 – 59.4cm (w) x 42cm (h)
A3 – 42cm (w) x 29.7cm (h)
Frame is not included. Your local frame shop will easily fix you up.
All prints are very carefully packaged to prevent any damage during delivery.
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