Acheiropoieta – print

Acheiropoieta – print

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Acheiropoieta is Greek for ‘not made by (human) hand’ and such icons are said to have come into existence miraculously or are versions of a miraculously created original archetype.

During the early ministry of Jesus Christ, Abgar – ruler of the Syrian City of Edressa – was afflicted by leprosy. Christ the Saviour asked for water and a towel. He wiped his face with a towel, and on it was his divine image. Christ sent the towel to Abgar and, on receiving it, began to heal and was cured. The image is a representation by the miraculous event or can be seen as representation of the holy shroud.

There two types of prints:
Giclée prints are museum-level, high-quality prints. They are done on a canvas-style base using pigment based, archival quality inks on advanced inkjet printers. These pigments won’t fade when displayed so are much longer lasting. The resulting image is a much more lifelike reproduction of a textured painting.
Digital prints are produced using standard photography printers on high-density silk-finish paper.
All prints come unframed for the customer to display in a frame of their choosing.

Prints can come in three sizes:
A1 is 59.4 x 84.1 cm or 23.4 x 33.1 in
A2 is 42 x 59.4 cm or 16.5 x 23.4 in
A3 is 29.7 x 42 cm or 11.7 x 16.5 in

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Giclée print, Digital print


A1, A2, A3

The product price includes shipping cost within the UK. Additional postage is payable for shipping overseas - please contact me to arrange this. Purchases will be shipped within 5 working days of purchase - unless there is a stock issue and I will be in touch, if this is is the case. Shipping is by courier with tracking and insurance included. Returns are not accepted but please get in touch should you have any issues.
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