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Now available as a giclee on canvas; looks like an original painting! The artist adds touches of paint here and there, especially the gold, to give it additional richness. Available stretched on wood frame, or you may choose to have it framed. Please make your choice at right.
Saint Hildegard of Bingen, Germany, was a Twelfth Century mystic who excelled in painting, music, science and theology. She was an abbess, a founder of convents, and an adviser to popes. One of the most remarkable persons of all time, this extremely talented woman was a devoted daughter of the Church. She was recently declared to be a doctor of the Church, only the fourth woman and the 34th person to receive that designation.
The original painting was done in acrylics on canvas, originally 12 x 24 inches. There are paintings of her visions which she dictated to artists of the time. Sue tried to capture their style and also the way they depicted her in a few of the paintings. Often there were stars in the images and she loved to speak of the spiritual life as green when growing so I placed trees in the painting. Also water is the symbol for the Holy Spirit, as is the fire depicted above her head.