This butterfly labyrinth shows a path constructed like a "Roman" style labyrinth. After the Edict of Milan, Christians were able to practice their religion freely. During that time, early churches adopted the labyrinth as a symbol of hope, a reflection of the human spiritual journey. They built labyrinths within the walls of their sacred spaces, a trend that eventually spread to Europe. The “Roman” style labyrinth became popular during this period. This labyrinth art canvas features a read-to-paint butterfly path with a floral background. Learn More
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• 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating