‘PARADISO’, Italian for “Paradise” or “Heaven”, is the third and final part of Dante’s Divine Comedy, following the Inferno and the Purgatorio. It is an allegorical telling of Dante’s journey through Heaven. Guided by Beatrice, who symbolizes theology, in the poem, Paradise is depicted as a series of concentric spheres surrounding the Earth, the poem’s representation of the soul’s ascent to God.
Limited edition ultra high definition lamda metallic c-type prints mounted on dibond board:
- Medium: 30"x30" / 762mmx762508mm (Edition of 12)
- Large: 40"x40" / 1016mmx1016mm (Edition of 12)
- X-Large: 48"x48" / 1219mmx1219mm (Edition of 12)
- *S-Size: 60"x60" / 1524mmx1524mm (Edition of 12)
*Supersize is printed direct to media onto brushed aluminium mounted on dibond board
Gallery quality floating frame with 2cm spacing around artwork, matte black finishing and mirror surface in three available colours:
- Rose Gold
Overall size of product with frame for all sizes is +56mm on both width and height of artwork size stated above.
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