This painting is based on a poem written by the Sufi poet, Farid ud-Din Attar around the year 1200. In Iranian art, the Simurgh, similar to the Phoenix, is depicted as a winged creature in the shape of a gigantic bird, large enough to carry off an elephant or a whale.

This painting portrays the story of the Simurgh during a legendary journey. The birds have embarked upon an infinite adventure and have passed through 7 valleys and seas. Many perish, many give up, and some are annihilated. Thirty – purified by their efforts – embark on the mountain of Simurgh. They have the realization that they are Simurgh and that Simurgh is each and every one of them. They are one.

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Original Artwork Dimensions (in): 32" x 20"  (50.8 cm x 81.3cm)

Year: 1999

Artwork Type: Professional Digital Prints on selected substrate.

Certificate: Each print comes with a Farshchian Art certificate of authenticity.

These options come ready to hang:
• Framed Fine Art Prints are professionally done with a 3/4" flat black frame.
• Metal Prints come with a 1.5" stand-out mount and slightly rounded corners.
• Canvas Gallery Wraps come with a 1.5" solid-color edge on all sides.

Perfume of Love

  • Product Code:FA013
  • Only Ships to: United States
  • Availability:In Stock
  • $120.00

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