Nirvana is the final release from the cycle of reincarnation attained by the extinction of all desires and individual existence, culminating in absolute blessedness, or in absorption into Brahman. Buddha Nirvana is the one that explains about Buddha that he continues to take rebirths in the world to help liberate beings from the world by teaching the Buddhist path.
The term nirvana illustrates a state of freedom from misery and rebirth, but the concept is interpreted in different ways depending on Buddhist tradition.
Nirvana is a synonym for moksha(Sanskrit), also referred as the release, deliverance from misery.
In the painting, Buddha is seen in the nirvana stage. Siddhartha is seen resting on nature full of trees and surrounded by his disciples.