Nauvoo Temple – Giclee Print

Giclee Print from an Original Watercolor Painting of the Nauvoo LDS Temple

About this Item

The Nauvoo Temple was built by a group of faithful Mormon pioneers who sacrificed immensely. They had been driven from place to place because of their religious beliefs and finally turned an unwanted Illinois swamp land into a great city which rivaled Chicago at the time. The temple was barely finished and special “endowment” work was started when they were driven out once again by angry mobs who eventually destroyed the temple.  The Saints once again made a heroic trek to what is now Utah establishing another new community where they could worship in peace. This painting depicts the Nauvoo Temple at a peaceful moment that winter when temple work had begun. The brewing storm overhead foreshadows what is to come in a few short weeks.

“Nauvoo Temple” 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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