Nelson Fine Art and Christian Gifts
Oval Detailed Madonna and Child by Enric M. Vidal Canvas Framed Art Picture
Available is three sizes: 8x10, 12x16 or 16x20.
This simple yet moving work by late 19th century and early 20th century Spanish artist Enric Monserday Vidal captures Mary quietly holding her infant Jesus in a peaceful garden, with the angels around them in wonder and adoration. Jesus's humanity is expertly captured in His small newborn form, while His divinity is shown by the angelic hosts that have come to be with their Lord. Mary's heavenly Queenship is shown by her crown, robes, and privledge of being the nearest to the Christ Child.
Offered as an archival-quality giclée canvas print in our ornate gold frame, our Madonna and Child by Enric Monserday Vidal Oval Framed Canvas quietly depicts the tender love Mary has for Jesus. Find a spot in your home for this work of art, or give it to a loved one to remind them of the joy and peace of Christ's coming.
This particular item is an archival-quality giclée canvas in a beautiful gold cast frame. Handcrafted in Steubenville, Ohio, this touching devotional piece is sure to be treasured for years to come!
Nelson framed canvases are second only to the original masterpieces themselves! The ornate frames support our breathtaking giclee religious canvases. Giclee is a french word that means "sprayed ink," and it refers to our museum-quality printing process whereby 8 different colored inks combine to create millions of colors that are slowly sprayed into canvas material. This high-tech method of art reproduction offers the highest possible fidelity to the original work and results in a clear depiction with colors as good (or sometimes better) than the original painting. Under archival conditions, giclee canvases have a total color fidelity guarantee for 70-100 years.
For the faithful Catholic that wishes their sacred art to be blessed with holy water: canvases are sparingly water repellant, so while a typical blessing should not damage the canvas whatsoever, those who favor more robust uses of holy water should take caution near the art. ;)