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This SADHU Canvas Art will add a divine touch to your home! All our Canvas artwork is expertly transferred to premium artistic canvas to promise beautiful HD quality!
Amazing Art by the talented artist @BuddhArt from New Zealand!
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3 Sizes Available:
- Extra Large - 24in x 36in (60.96cm x 91.44cm)
- Large - 16in x 24in (40.64cm x 60.96cm)
- Medium - 12in x 18in (30.48cm x 45.72cm)
*Display image is Extra Large 'Ready To Hang (Framed Canvas)'
Our Framed Canvases are professionally mounted and Ready to Hang on your wall! 1.25" Deep Wrapped Stretched Canvas with solid front construction, so the canvas won’t stretch or sag. In addition, beautiful corners, and a finished backing that's ready to brighten up any home or office space!
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- This stunning image was originally shot in the beautiful Himalaya Mountains of Nepal by the Artist, BuddhArt.
Here's BuddhArt's story of the photograph:
"Even in the quieter seasons, lone pilgrims still make the long journey along the rugged trails of the Annapurna (Nepalese Himalaya). Some, like this sadhu, live an ascetic life, having renounced all material attachments to follow a spiritual and nomadic path towards enlightenment.
Walking barefoot and dressed often in the most minimal of threadbare robes or blankets, the sadhu survives on offerings of food given along his path, from other devotees.
As I was descending from Muktinath to Kagbeni, far below in the Kali Gandaki valley floor, I came across this man quite by chance. Fumbling for a suitable offering, I could only find a small packet of biscuits, though this was gratefully and nobly accepted.
Crouched at the wayside, as he was; brightly etched by the morning sun against an other-worldly, barren, expansive yet awe-inspiring backdrop, this image was impossible to resist, and is perhaps a personal favourite."