Religious Figures

If you want a very meaningful interior design, this is the place to be. A wide range of complex images and symbols such as gods, avatars, manifestations and prophets are considered asRead more religious representations. Different religions have their own distinct emblems such as the Star of David and the menorah in Judaism, and the different forms of cross in Christianity, for example. Throughout the years, just like religious figures wall murals, these symbols have evolved and developed. Even though these were scrutinized and criticized repeatedly by experts and even non-believers, these symbols and icons have become a great part of human culture and tradition. With Photowall's high quality collection of religious figures wall mural, you can bring a sense of spirituality into your space. No matter what room you want to decorate, we have the ideal religious figures wall mural for you.

The Holy Book in religious figures wall murals

Since its beginnings during the first century of the Roman Empire, Christianity has spread around the world strong and fast to become the principal religion, value-system and social agenda of mankind. The Christian Church was the largest and most influential patron of the arts for a very long time, and still retains that title in its assets. From the outset, the Christian Church used many different types of art in order to create an identity for itself, increase its power and thus attract worshippers. You can see this in architecture, sculptures, paintings, decorative art, illuminated manuscripts and Photowall's selection of religious figures wall murals. "Holy Trinity - Corrado Giaquinto" or "Sistine Chapel - Michelangelo Buonarroti" are just some of the many stunningly stylish and substantial motifs in our religious figures wall murals array.

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Angels come in all types and forms, depending on the cultural background and the societal circumstances one finds himself in. Nonetheless, it cannot be denied that there is an archetypal version of these celestial beings which we owe to a particular period in history. You will see how and why with our religious figures wall murals. The age of the Renaissance was the age of rebirth, as the name already implies. It was a time when the world woke up and recognized itself because its artists broke from the chains of the Church and interpreted the world as they saw it. However, religious images did not go away but did generate meanings of their own. Angels were a very common element used in paintings and works of art during the Renaissance. Just like angels, the artists of that time were messengers who clearly signified that times had changed. "Abduction of Europa - Cora Wandel" is a wonderfully rich in detail religious figures wall mural, equipped with such vibrant colours that it will make any room pop. This is just one of the many religious figures wall murals that can have such a visual impact on your home or office.

Religious figures wall murals of peace

Buddhism started as early as 4th or 6th BCE when Siddharta Gautama began to spread his teachings of suffering, nirvana and rebirth in India. Since Siddharta himself was averse to accept images of himself and used many different symbols to illustrate his teachings, there are eight different auspicious symbols of Buddhism, and many say that these represent the gifts that God made to Buddha when he achieved enlightenment. You will see these in religious figures wall murals such as "Lotus Budda Squared", where lotus can have several meanings, but often refers to the inherently pure potential of the mind. In the Buddhas section of religious figures wall murals, you will discover real life photographs that instantly transport you to the location like "Buddha - Luang Prabang - Sepia". There are also works of art that give this spiritual belief a whole new and deeper meaning, like "Buddha and Green Leaves".
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