Queen Makeda - The Queen of Sheba Digital collage
This print pays homage and is a modern take on Makeda, better known as the Queen of Sheba.
The Bible records that she ruled a rich kingdom, according to locals who tell legends about the wise, beautiful Ethiopian queen.
She is most famous for her extreme wealth, so she likely wore finely made clothes and adorned herself with jewelry.
The earliest mention of the Queen of Sheba can be found in the Hebrew Bible. The queen hears rumors of King Solomon’s boundless wisdom and close relationship to God. Intrigued, she travels to Jerusalem to meet and test him and brings along caravans with gold, precious stones, and camels carrying spices. When Solomon meets her in a display of riches and solves each of her riddles with ease, the queen is overwhelmed and recognizes Solomon as a valued instrument of God. She offers him gifts, and Solomon, in turn, offers her anything she desires before she returns home.
A1 (XL) - 841 x 594 mm / 33.1 x 23.4 in
A2 (L) - 594 x 420 mm / 23.4 x 16.5 in
A3 (M) - 420 x 297 mm / 16.5 x 11.7 in
A4 (S) - 297 x 210 mm / 11.7 x 8.3 in
A5 (XS) - 210 x 148 mm / 8.3 x 5.8 in
All my prints are designed and create by myself and are exclusive to Blue Coffee Arts.
* Please note that frames are not included with the prints, the image is for illustration purposes only*
Best displayed with a frame mount. Colours may slightly vary due to lighting variations in your monitor.
Please contact me if you require any other colour to match your decor.
All prints will be lovingly packaged.
A4 and A5 prints will be sent in a hard boarded envelope and the A3 A2 & A1 prints will be sent in a postal tube.
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