"Thus annihilation means, in the Buddhist philosophy only a dispersion of matter, in whatever form or semblance of form it may be; for everything that bears a shape was created, and thus must sooner or later perish change that shape. Therefore, as something temporary, though seeming to be permanent, it is but an illusion, Maya; for eternity has neither beginning nor end, the more or less prolonged duration of some particular form passes, as it were, like an instantaneous flash of lighting."
Oil painting on MDF board, 50 x 90 cm. For sale ( if you're interested write on for more details)
Title and form refers to The Lady and The Unicorn gothic tapestry.