Thursday, July 19, 2012

Supporting Our Artists and Craftsman: Part of a New Liturgical Movement

Artist Daniel Mitsui is offering a special sale on his work to raise funds for an upcoming move to a new home.

Several of his original drawings are on sale for prices reduced by 30 to 40 percent, including a Chi-Rho Monogram in the style of the early mediaeval Northumbro-Irish art, an Annunciation based on 14th century French manuscripts, a black and white Crucifixion, and a newly-completed image of Christ in Majesty.

Signed giclée prints of Mitsui's drawings are, as part of the sale, being offered four for the price of three. The available prints include a series of five illustrations done on commission for the Vatican's Vox Clara Committee (Crucifixion, Last Supper, Presentation, Pentecost, and Christ the High Priest), and a new depiction of the Adoration of the Magi.

Visit Mitsui's most recent newsletter for details, prices and the full list of available drawings and prints. Here are a few of the original works he is offering for sale.

"Ecce Quam Bonum", Ink on calfskin, $390

"Memento Mori", Ink on calfskin, $375

"Tree of Jesse", Ink on Bristol board, $480

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