Saint Francis of Assisi

$106.00$124.00

A 10 x 22-inch giclee print reproduction of the original ceramic sculpture St. Francis of Assisi by A.Vonn Hartung.

St. Francis lived in the Holy Spirit. He was in love with life and all of God’s Creation. He brought the Light of Christ to a darkened world! In a Gothic arch, a sign of the times in which he lived, St. Francis stands among the fallen and broken timbers of the abandoned San Damiano Church, scattered building blocks at his feet and the Cross of Damiano above, Read More

surrounded by his beloved birds and animals.Robed in his tattered garment, shoulders and knees worn through by the Cross he bore and the prayers he prayed. His exaggerated sized ear becomes a symbol of his heightened spiritual power of observation and sensitivity to the Beauty and needs of others which make up the whole of our Sacred Community. The beehive, a symbol of the sweetness and unity of the communities he brought about wherever he spread the word and deed of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He was in love with life and all of God’s Creation and he like Jesus healed the sick, cleansed the unwashed and served the poor as symbolized by the washbowl and pitcher.

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St. Francis of Assisi

A 10 x 22-inch giclee print reproduction of the original ceramic sculpture St. Francis of Assisi by A.Vonn Hartung. 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 formats: Rolled and shipped in a tube or Stretched over a wooden frame and shipped in a box.

SHIPPING FEES: Rolled in tube $14., Stretched in box $22.

SALES TAX: On orders to Puerto Rico: 11.5% IVU

NOTE: For multiple stretched-canvas orders, shipping fee increases $6. per print added.

Turnaround Time: Please allow 7-10 Business Days

 

Additional information

Dimensions N/A
10 x 22 giclee print on canvas

"106. rolled", "124. stretched"

Giclee print format

Rolled canvas, Stretched canvas

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