St. Hubert – Patron of Hunters – 2 sizes – Egon Schiele – 8.5x11" or 11x14"
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In this handsome painting of St. Hubert, we see him out in the wooded hills of Belgium. He has been doing what he loves most, hunting, and suddenly he sees in the horns of a great stag the Cross of Jesus Christ. He falls to his knees, moved deep in his heart. According to legend, he says, “Lord, what wouldst Thou have me do?”
Formerly a courtesan in the court of the local king, living a life of worldly pleasures, he now takes up the cause of Christ. He eventually becomes a priest and then a bishop. He is the patron saint of hunters. He died May 30, 727 AD.
The earth tones of this beautiful print look good in a den or a man-cave. Frame it in wood brown. It will look gorgeous.
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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.
Standard size. Easy to find a ready-made frame at your local Hobby Lobby. If you're sending this as a gift and would like us to frame it for you, please convo and we'll make special arrangements for you.
Text and Image Alterations © Sue Kouma Johnson
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