Minerva Teichert Art Prints
Ammon Saves the King’s Flock | Minerva Teichert Art 30% OFF
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Ammon Saves King Lamoni’s Flock – by Minerva Teichert Book of Mormon Art Collection
This beautiful painting tells the story of Ammon saving King Lamoni’s flock of sheep in Alma chapters 17 & 18. In the Book of Mormon, Ammon was a prominent Nephite missionary and a son of King Mosiah. He originally opposes the church but, along with his brothers and Alma the Younger, is miraculously converted. Following his conversion he serves a mission to the Lamanites and converts Lamoni and his people.
Teichert’s well loved art adorns the walls in the Church Museum of History and Art in Salt Lake City and many Latter-day Saint temples. This art is beautifully reproduced on high-grade gallery canvas using the museum Giclée process. Giclée prints are high-quality fine art canvas prints using a combination of pigmented archival ink with advanced museum reproduction equipment. You’ll love the beautifully realistic art that captures the original painting.
GREAT GIFT IDEA – Art is one of the most meaningful gifts a person can give. Most people always remember how or where they got a piece of art when they are asked. It’s a beautiful gift.
ARTIST: Minerva Teichert (1888-1976) was an accomplished painter. She studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and later at the Art Students League of New York. She once exclaimed “I must paint”, when asked about how she continued to paint without a dedicated studio or much free time to create. Her beloved images of the Savior, along with her collection of over 400 murals, have touched the hearts of thousands. Minerva’s life was firmly rooted in ideas and people, not in things. “You don’t want too many things,” she once wrote. “They become a burden. In fact, we shouldn’t have too many things in his life, just enough for our needs. …Do good with all the rest.”