Vilnius Divine Mercy - Special Purchase - 11x14 - Frame FR7




 This 11x14 ready-made frame is beautifully made and looks wonderful with the Restored Vilnius Divine Mercy Image. The frame is gold and has a nice bright linen liner which really brings your eyes into the Image. 

This orig­i­nal Divine Mercy Image was painted by Eugene Kaz­imirowski in Vilnius, under the direct super­vi­sion of St. Fausti­na and Fr. Michael Sopocko. It was com­plet­ed in 1934. The image fell into dis­re­pair from stor­age dur­ing the sec­ond World War, and during the fol­low­ing decades when pub­lic ven­er­a­tion of the Divine Mer­cy was for­bid­den due to a faulty translation of St. Faustina's diary. The image was restored back to it’s orig­i­nal beau­ty in 2003 by an artist in Vil­nius, and this restora­tion, with some slight modifications, is what is avail­able here.

Please note the following:

  • You can select a language for your Image at no additional cost. You may also select a second language for this Image. If you don't see your language here, you can use the space provided to add your own. (The top selection will appear above the second). On images that are 8x10, it is too small to add two languages, so please go up to a 10x18 for this. A $15 art fee will be added to the cost of your image for a new language or an additional language.
  • The Image will not update in your selected language – it will always show English. However, we will receive your correct language request and confirm this in your order receipt.
  • Image pictures are not always proportional as the frame sizes differ, but each Image is carefully designed for optimum fit within your chosen frame size. 
  • Our Images are highly scratch resistant but it's always best to use a feather duster and be gentle on the canvas.
  • Our canvas and inks are waterproof, but please bless Images with holy water only in the colored section of the print.
  • Due to humidity changes, canvas may loosen during the winter months and re-tighten in the early Spring to late Fall. This is normal.

Thank you for considering this Image! 

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