Divine Mercy (Vilnius) - Framed Canvas 6" X 11" (Including frame: 9.5" x 14.5")

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Divine Mercy (Vilnius) - Gold Framed Canvas

Product Overview

The Divine Mercy image by Eugene Kazimirowski in Vilnius (commonly known simply as “the Vilnius image”) was painted under the supervision of St. Faustina Kowalska and her confessor, Bl. Fr. Michael Sopoćko. The image was venerated publicly for the first time in 1935 during the closing celebration of the 1900th Jubilee of Redemption.

About the Artist

Eugene Kazimirowski (1873–1939) was a Polish Realistic painter, best known for painting the first Divine Mercy painting in 1934 based on the request of St. Faustina Kowalska and her confessor Ven. Fr. Michael Sopocko. Kazimierowski studied at the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts and continued his studies in Munich, Paris, and Rome. After World War I, he moved from Kraków to Wilno. He taught at the Wilno Teacher Seminary and decorated theaters in Wilno. He painted mostly landscapes and portraits. In 1936, Kazimierowski moved to Białystok, where he encouraged tourism. He died in 1939; most of his works were lost in World War II.

Product Details

  • Image size: 6 x 11

  • Art size including frame: 9.5 x 14.5

  • Canvas printed

  • Scratch resistant

  • Fade resistant up to 50 years

  • Hanging frame

  • Lightweight, glassless frame

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  • 5
    The Divine Mercy framed canvas

    Posted by Joann Szuhay on Oct 5th 2023

    Excellent quality! Very happy with this product.

  • 5
    Picture of Divine Mercy

    Posted by Gloria on Mar 22nd 2023

    Very pretty, just what I wanted. I was very happy with Cedar House. I was very pleased with my purchase with Cedar House. Just what I wanted.

  • 5
    Beautiful Divine Mercy canvas print

    Posted by Nanny Jannie on Mar 25th 2022

    The Vilnius version is the “correct” print of the Divine Mercy. It is the original way that Sr. Faustina commissioned the painting to be done. Jesus’ eyes are looking down and His right hand is beneath his shoulder so as to not look intimidating toward sinners, but to look approachable. This is absolutely a beautiful print on canvas and the perfect size, not too big or too small. I set it on an easel on a table in my living room, next to The Pieta, a statue of Our Lady of Fatima, The Last Supper, and a statue of St. Vincent Pallotti!!! I have my own little altar! I try to pray the Divine Mercy chaplet every day, so I am thrilled to have this exceptional print in my home.

  • 5
    DIVINE MERCY (VILNIUS) - FRAMED CANVAS Divine Mercy Framed Canvas 6" X 11" (INCLUDING FRAME: 9.5" X 14.5")

    Posted by Janet Maldonado on Jun 15th 2021

    Perfect loved it looks exactly like photo.

  • 5
    This is an absolutely beautiful Divine Mercy print that is very nicely framed for the whole effect of "Jesus I Trust in You"

    Posted by Christy on Dec 27th 2020

    "Jesus I Trust in You" has been my stronghold and saving grace through this year. Indeed we are given Divine Mercy.

  • 5

    Posted by Lawrence on Dec 14th 2020

    So beautiful I bought a second one!

  • 5
    Beautiful Divine Mercy painting

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 23rd 2020

    This picture was a Christmas gift and was very well done. It was very happily received.

  • 5
    Beautiful picture.

    Posted by Coleen on Sep 23rd 2020

    I love this picture. I set it on a bookcase 3 1/2 feet tall. A lamp illuminates it from morning until night.

  • 5
    Beautiful picture

    Posted by Sally on Sep 23rd 2020

    I am very happy with this beautifully framed picture of our Lord and Savior. We hung it in a prominent place in our keeping room.