Mada’in Salih is a site of Nabatean ruins in Saudi Arabia. The Nabataean civilization stretched all along the Arabian Peninsula from Damascus to Petra and Wadi Rum in Jordan and down into Saudi Arabia from the 3rd century BC until it was conquered by Rome in 109 AD. The architecture is unforgettable; huge Roman-style tombs and buildings were carefully carved into sandstone rocks.
This was drawn while I was stuck in Saudi Arabia with my husband, and son, Jibreel because Jibreel's name was banned there. For the full story on that, please refer to my blog post His Name Is Jibreel.
The original art is 8.5" x 6.7".
The final frame size is approximately 13.75" × 12.75"
The art is framed in wood and matted and will be shipped to you in protective packaging. Shipping is free.
The art will be framed after purchase, please 3-6 weeks for delivery.