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The Blessed Hope by Nathan Greene - 5 Options Available
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The Blessed Hope by Nathan Greene - 5 Options Available

Nathan's "The Blessed Hope," captures the emotion and joy of the moment when Christ returns to redeem his children from all walks of life and take them home to heaven. Set against a dark sky, the explosion of light and color, framed by countless angels, this scene reminds us that this world is not our home, and that our hope and trust in Jesus' soon coming will be realized.

Already hailed by many art critics and collectors as one of Nathan's best compositions, The Blessed Hope showcases every facet of his artistic gifts. From the minute details of every character to the use of light and color to create a portrait of Christ's return, your home will be blessed by this comforting reminder that Christ is coming soon!

A Studio Canvas Giclée is the closest possible reproduction to Nathan's original artwork. It is displayed exactly like an original oil painting, in a frame without glass. You will have the richness and depth of color on the texture of canvas, with all the exquisite detail of the original. Nathan hand paints each giclée with his signature. This limited edition collector's piece will be a source of pleasure and inspiration for you and all who view it for many years to come.

Note: The Extra-Large Giclee is a Custom Order. Once you place your order online, we will contact you regarding special arrangements.

5 options available - see drop down box for pricing.

Items AG2134S, AG2035L and AG3002XL come with free shipping. Use coupon code "freeshipping" at checkout.

Buy it for yourself or give it as a gift that will be treasured for years to come.

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