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The Crucifixion Fine Art 11x14

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This beautiful painting, made around 1490 just at the cusp of the Renaissance, was from a large missal created for Pope Innocent VIII. He used it while celebrating Mass in the Sistine Chapel. It depicts the defining moment or Christianity, when Christ gave his life for the salvation of the world. The missal would have been open to this image during the Mass preceding the Canon, the prayer spoken immediately before the holy sacrament of the Eucharist—the consecration of bread and wine that would literally become the body and blood of Christ. Virgin Mary, Saint John, and Mary Magdalene surround our Lord in the two scenes. Old Testament prophets, including King David with his lyre, are on either side.

We offer this stunning print only as a 11x14 size because we believe it best depicts the intricate detail of the painting. It will be a truly stunning, theologically-rich addition to any home. 

– Acid-free paper 11x14 size 

– Archival pigments, rated to last for generations.

– Cardboard backer

– Above story of the art

– Enclosed in a tight-fitting, crystal clear bag.