Fire Hanuman, Print
All prices in Canadian currency
5″x5″ or 8″x8″ print suitable for framing
Please note that the price shown doesn’t include mattes, frames or other items in photo.
Fire Hanuman is part of the fire series. Fire Hanuman is the monkey god representing total service and love to humanity. He symbolizes omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence. Representing the possibility of human evolution from a life of pain, suffering, fear and ignorance to intelligence, courage and knowledge. He assists humanity in evolving and emulating the qualities of the divine. Fire Hanuman, brings hope and represents the ability of human-kind to achieve unlimited power, intelligence and energy to accomplish anything.
The deep red and gold background symbolize the renewal and strength of fire while the minute splashes of green represent rebirth and growth, common throughout the series.
About your giclée fine art print
Your art print is printed with care in small batches and checked by hand, to assure color purity, clarity and highest quality. It is printed on premises in studio and are handled and signed by the artist. Each comes with a hand mounted artist bio and made in Canada on the back of the print accompanying the signature.
High quality inks and paper for the ultimate combination of quality and longevity.
Hi-Definition inks are used for long-lasting art prints with unsurpassed richness, for depth and clarity that delivers smudge, scratch, water and fade resistant art prints.
Your art is printed on ultimate, high quality photo paper with a brilliant, high gloss finish perfect for art prints. This paper is smudge and water-resistant with a smooth, bright white, resin coated stock which will last an indefinite amount of time with proper care over time; framed and out of direct sunlight.
- Basis Weight: 68 lb. (252 g/m²)
- Thickness: 10.4 mil
- ISO Brightness: 92
- Opacity: 97%
- Surface Finish: High Gloss
Your art print is packed flat and sent in a sturdy envelope to protect it from bending and sent via standard Canada Post.
Artwork copyright Shari Mallinson Artist ©
Does your print need a friend? Check out one of the companions in the series: Fire Kali, print