One of Baba's "Pillars of Meherazad," Padri's stern demeanor hid a great heart. Painted from a photograph by Isabel Ellis taken in the mid 70's.
Padri headed the construction of much of Meherabad, including the Samadhi. Because he reminded Baba of a Spanish priest, Baba gave him the nickname "Padri" and called him one of his main pillars of strength. This painting was done from a 1974 photo taken in India by Isabel Ellis.
Since 1979 Charlie Mills has made over 250 paintings of Meher Baba and His Mandali. High quality archival prints are now available at reasonable prices. These are printed on heavy duty non-acid semi-gloss paper with long lasting pigment inks and are shipped free to anywhere in the continental US.
on Paper or Canvas:
14" x 11" - $55
18" x 14" - $75
24" x 16" - $95
Height sizes are approximate according to the painting's proportions.
For questions please contact Charlie: ☎ 843-272-5613 ✎
Payment is by check to:
2402 Watson Drive
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
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☛ When ordering this print please reference: 2007-1 Padri and the print size you would like.
Charlie will contact you via Email or phone when he receives your order.