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A Giclee Reproduction of original painting Do you have anything to eat? #6 from the series of 14 Stations of the Resurrection (Via Lucis) by A.Vonn Hartung.
Here we see quiet astonishment when Jesus declares he is risen, he is flesh and bone, he is hungry. He says, “do you have anything to eat?” Again, the parting of the curtain indicates the opening of the eye of consciousness. Jesus raises his hand as if to say, “don’t be shocked, be blessed”. Even the fish shows awareness.
A giclee print reproduction of the original painting Do you have anything to eat? from the 14 Stations of the Resurrection (Via Lucis) by A.Vonn Hartung. The diameter of the circular image within the 16-inch square is 13-inches. The diameter of the circular image within the 10-inch square is 7-inches. It is printed with archival pigmented inks on museum quality gloss canvas. Under optimal lighting conditions the print will last 100+ years.
The print is available in two sizes and two formats: Rolled and shipped in a tube or Stretched over a wooden frame and shipped in a box.
[For “rolled” prints, an extra 2-inch border is added around the size being ordered, providing extra canvas for mounting.]
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|16 x 16 giclee print on canvas||
90 Rolled, 130 Stretched
|Giclee print format||
Rolled canvas, Stretched canvas
|10 x10 giclee print on canvas||
36 Rolled, 60 Stretched
|Giclee print sizes||
16 x 16, 10 x 10