Saints Peter and Paul Framed Hand Drawn Religious Art


Hand-drawn images of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Original colored pencil art inspired by iconography, in a 2-panel frame.

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This is an original pair of drawings done in colored pencil of Saints Peter and Paul. The art style is heavily influenced by Eastern Christian iconography, though these would not be considered icons.

These men are major leaders of the early Church: Peter as the first Pope, and Paul as author of most of the New Testament. Their joint feast day is celebrated June 29th.

The frame is 2.625″x3.75″, and there is glass protecting the images.


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