Guru Nanak Painting
1469 — 2019
In celebration of
Guru Nanak’s 550th
Guru Nanak, also known as the founder of Sikhism, traveled nearly 28,000 km across the globe with the mission of searching for divine truth. With the truth as his guide, he preached about equality, justice, and meditation. His message transcended beyond religious and worldly boundaries, that is, there is one God and his name is truth.
About this Painting
Painted in mix media using India ink and watercolours, this composition features a very unique profile view of Guru Nanak Dev (1469-1539), the founder of Sikhism, with praying hands and his eyes closed to indicate his state of bliss and nothingness. My inspiration for this painting came from a personal longing for spirituality and inner well-being.
Guru Nanak traveled nearly 28,000 km across the globe with the mission of searching for divine truth. With the truth as his guide, he preached about equality, justice, and meditation. His message transcended beyond religious and worldly boundaries, that is, there is one God and his name is truth.
Size and Pricing
Textured Watercolour Giclee Fine Art Print
Product Info: Epson Cold Press Bright, 305GSM 21mil
Archival quality Giclee fine art print on Epson Cold Press Bright, 305GSM 21mil. This is an acid-free textured watercolour paper that delivers museum quality appearance. Each print is hand-signed by Rahul Bhogal.
20″ x 30″
(1″ border all around)
Limited Edition Risograph Prints
100 Artist Signed Prints
The print was created using a special print process called Risograph printing which is why there are only be 100 original prints available. Each print is hand-signed by Rahul Bhogal, numbered and delivered with a certificate verifying the authenticity of the print.
To learn more about the Riso printing process, click here.
Product Info: Enviro100, 270gsm:
Rolland Enviro100 Print contains FSC certified 100% post-consumer fiber. The paper is EcoLogo and Processed Chlorine Free accredited and is manufactured using renewable biogas energy.
A portion of the proceeds from each print sold (Risograph prints) will be donated towards the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada.
12″ x 16.25″
(0.75″ border all around)
*All sizes are in inches. Prices are in Canadian Dollars.