When Baha’u’llah, arrived at the prison at Akka, in 1868, He wrote  ‘Know thou, that upon Our arrival at this Spot, We chose to designate it as the “Most Great Prison”. Once a wealthy nobleman, Baha’u’llah was banished from His native Persia for supporting the declaration of the Bab and for declaring His mission in the Garden of Ridvan on the outskirts of Baghdad in 1863. He was imprisoned for forty years and exiled first to Baghdad, then to Adrianople and later banished to Constantinople, and eventually to the Turkish Bastille in the prison city of Akka in Palestine. It was in this cell, in the Most Great Prison, that Baha’u’llah revealed His divine tablets addressed to the Kings, Queens and rulers of the world, proclaiming His mission of equality and unity for the whole world.

This limited edition giclèe print measuring 18” x 24” on acid-free museum quality paper, numbered and signed by the artist is available for $75. This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

This is a limited edition giclèe print measuring 20” x 32” on acid-free museum quality paper, numbered and signed by the artist is available for $115. This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

A print on canvas of this original painting of “The Most Great Prison Cell” measuring   20” x 16” stretched, hand embellished, repainted to perfection and varnished  by the artist ready for display with all the appearance of the original oil painting is available for $900. (Please allow a one month turnaround for the oil paint and varnish to dry with this order.) This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

To discuss this painting, arrange an individual payment plan or make an offer for this original work of art please contact the artist directly at info@ivanlloyd.com.

The Most Great Prison Cell

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