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In this beautiful holy card, we have St. Hildegard of Bingen receiving visions from the Holy Spirit. She wrote and illustrated them in her Scivias. The harp is shown because besides a writer, she was also a great composer of music. The lilies in Christian art usually mean faith and chastity, but in this case they also indicate that she was a great botanist. The Latin at the bottom translates to “The Splendor of the Holy Spirit is Illustrated by All the Ways of Revelation”
St. Hildegard was a prophet. She was also a Benedictine abbess, writer, poet, botanist, and composer who lived an astonishing life in 12th-century Germany. She had numerous prophetic and mystical visions during her lifetime and is reported to have been a miracle worker. She advised Popes. Her art and music are still enjoyed and admired today. She has recently been canonized and made a Doctor of the Church.
8.5 x 11 or 11 x 14 acid-free paper with archival ink. The print will last for generations when kept out of the direct sun. There is about an inch-and-a-third of white space around the picture. Cardboard backer. Enclosed in a tight-fitting, crystal clear bag.
IMPORTANT!!! The image is smaller than the paper.
If you would like us to frame it for you, please select which frame you would like under "Size & Framing". We offer a variety of frames. We think this print looks especially nice in a black frame.
Text and Image Alterations © Sue Kouma Johnson
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