flying carpets / persian garden carpet Art Print by Sheida Samyi

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Art Description

Printmaking: Monotype on Canvas, Plastic.

The garden as a paradise on earth .
( Old Persian word for garden Paradaidha - " Paradise " )
Created the pattern as a Chahar Bagh a four divided Persian Garden , the same as well as the garden of the Taj Mahal , which is called the " crown of the place " . He is protected from magic squares .


THE SYMBOLS ARE REMINDING OF MANDALAS WHICH INFLUENCE YOUR SUBSONCIOUS. THE SYMBOLS IN THE CARPETS ARE HIDDEN WORDS USING THE FACE NAMED "BLICKLINKS" AGAIN, WHICH IS A COMPOSITION OF A FACE AND ITS REFLECTION. TO BE ABLE TO READ IT YOU HAVE TO TURN YOUR HEAD LEFT AND READ FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP WHILE COVERING THE RIGHT SIDE.

HIDDEN WORDS: PARADISE, TREE, FLOWER, FISH, DREAM, GARDEN, BIRDS, INFINITY, MAGISCHE QUADRAT 15

For outside and inside. It is light- and weather resistant.


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flying carpets / persian garden carpet

Sheida Samyi

Austria

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Size: 39.4 W x 70.9 H x 0.4 in

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