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The Presentation in the Temple: Gold Foil Art Print - Thy Olive Tree - Art Prints -  Catholic Gifts
The Presentation in the Temple: Gold Foil Art Print - Thy Olive Tree - Art Prints -  Catholic Gifts
The Presentation in the Temple: Gold Foil Art Print - Thy Olive Tree - Art Prints -  Catholic Gifts
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The Presentation in the Temple: Gold Foil Art Print

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Gold foil has been added to this beautiful 15th century painting of The Presentation in the Temple to create a stunning 5x7 full color art print.  Pray a decade of the Rosary and use this card as a way to meditate more deeply on this important event in the life of Christ. 

The presentation of Jesus in the temple is the Fourth Joyful Mystery of the Rosary. We also carry a complete set of all 5 Joyful Mystery art prints.

Ways to Use

  • Meditate on sacred art while praying the Rosary
  • Place on a stand or home prayer altar
  • Frame and display it 
  • Write a message on the back, place in an envelope and send as a card

(This listing is ONLY for one art print. Frames, stands, envelopes and other photo props are NOT included.)

 * If leaving unframed, avoid humid conditions to prevent print from warping *

    Specs

    • 5"x7"
    • Printed in the USA
    • Printed on 120lb coated matte cover stock
    • Soft-touch laminated on front

    Packaging

    Art print is placed in a clear bag with a rigid backing and then placed in a rigid flat mailer for added protection!

    Artwork: The Presentation in the Temple by Alvaro Pirez, probably ca. 1430. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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