Death Cannot Conquer – Giclee Print

Watercolor Painting of the Carthage Jail in Illinois

About this Item

In 1844 when Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith was imprisoned and murdered by a mob at the Carthage Jail in Illinois, many assumed that would be the end of the young Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But they were proven wrong as the faithful members held true to their beliefs and were willing to sacrifice their homes and more to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and His restored Gospel. Today the LDS Church has nearly 14 million members spread throughout the entire world, all who believe that Joseph Smith was a Prophet of God. The Carthage Jail has been restored to it’s original appearance by the LDS Church which maintains a visitor’s center there, along with a monument to the consitutional right of Freedom of Religion.

“Death Cannot Conquer” is reproduced from an original watercolor painting by Roland Lee. Using today’s latest Giclee printing technology, each print is individually created using archival inks on acid-free archival paper. Giclee prints have a projected life span of 80 to 200 years when kept from direct sunlight and should provide enjoyment for generations. Each image is individually printed on order, then hand-inspected, signed and numbered by the artist. Because of this care, we need about two weeks from the time you place your order until we can ship the artwork. For protection during shipping, all prints are sent rolled in a sturdy mailing tube. The price includes shipping within the continental United States.


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