Borobudur by BuddhArt 1-Piece Canvas

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    This Borobudur 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 Artwork 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 taken among the ancient temples in Indonesia and it truly captures the divine energy of Buddha!

    Here's the artist BuddhArt's story behind this stunning piece:

    "Although it may be hard to imagine today, much of Indonesia, in particular Java, was once devoutly Buddhist.

    During the 10th and 11th centuries many majestic temples stretched across much of this vast island. Non was more impressive than Borobudur: a magnificent structure rising 9 levels high built on a hill among the volcanic plains 40km north of modern day Yogyakarta.

    As with all sacred architecture, every step, gallery, terrace and feature has a deeply significant and symbolic meaning (the whole temple itself is known to be a representation of that holiest of mountains, Mt Meru). Pilgrims would reach Borobudur and begin a long ascension up to the first gallery. This and the next 5 are square in layout and the passageways are walled with large and amazing frescos and carved scenes from the Ramayana and the life of the Buddha.

    The highest 3 tiers are circular, symbolising a transcendence beyond form as one nears Nirvana. It is here that circles of ‘latticed’ chedis are arranged, each originally containing a Buddha image. Now only a couple remain, exposed and sitting like gun-turret guards atop this ancient spiritual battleship."

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