Royal Sanctuary Framed Print | Nadia Djavanshir
Royal Sanctuary | Nadia Djavanshir
Love is from the infinite and will remain until eternity," Rumi. The largest mosque in the world when it was built, the Badshahi Masjid or Royal Mosque was an ambitious commission from then Emperor Aurangzeb. Striking red sandstone is inlaid with marble floral designs. Floral frescoes adorn the ceilings and walls of this magnificent icon. This mosque enthralled me when I visited and experienced its grandeur first hand.
This piece by Nadia Djavanshir is the perfect finishing touch for your interior. Each print is especially made just for you and you can rest assured that only the finest, gallery-standard materials have been used to create an incredibly vibrant print on archival grade paper. Frames and window mounts are produced using FSC-certified materials and finished with clean, simple lines and a satin finish, and arrive ready to hang. With proper care, your print will easily last for more than 100 years.
We have partnered with a global network of printers that will automatically route your order to your nearest print facility, thus allowing for faster fulfilment of your order and reducing our carbon footprint. You can rest easy knowing that you are buying conscientious, feel-good art which supports our environment as well as the artist behind the print.
So whatever colours our artists use to create their art Your prints will be “Green” and here to enjoy for many years to come.