Name

Altarpiece by Hilma af Klint - 1915 - Sublimation Tote Bag

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Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) Altar Piece from the series The Paintings for the Temple, completed in 1915. The work appear to relate to Theosophy’s version of evolutionary theory, in which evolution occurs in two directions, elevating from the physical to the spiritual and descending from the divine to the material world.

Our versatile tote bags are 100% Polyester with black webbing long handles.

£28.00
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