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Divine Mercy (Vilnius) White Frame - Framed Canvas - 10" x 12" Including White Frame

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Divine Mercy - White 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 Author

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: 8 x 10

  • Canvas printed

  • Scratch resistant

  • Fade resistant up to 50 years

  • Hanging frame

  • Lightweight, glassless frame

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  • 5
    Divine Mercy Portrait

    Posted by Robert E. Malone, Jr. on Nov 29th 2021

    It is beautiful, and comes in a very nice frame. Shipping was very timely. Thank you so much!

  • 5
    I love it

    Posted by Solangy on Dec 14th 2020

    I love the quality and the simplicity of the frame. It’s such a gorgeous image to have at home.

  • 5
    Beautiful Reproduction

    Posted by Boris Godunov on Sep 23rd 2020

    Just as described! A fine reproduction of Saint Faustina's original Christ portrayal.

  • 5
    Made well. love the quality and look

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 23rd 2020

    Picture made well. I like the quality of the photo and frame.