Porciuncula Mission

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Just 30 minutes from Santa Fe, the first Pecos pueblo was built around AD 1100 and grew over the next 350 years to more than 2,000 people in its five-storied complex. First visited by Spanish explorers in 1540, a mission church was built in 1619 – “Mission of Our Lady of the Angels of Porciuncula.” (Porciuncula is a little chapel in Italy built in the 300s AD where the Franciscan movement began.) The church was destroyed during the Pueblo Revolt in 1680 and after the reconquest in 1693, a smaller church was built on the original foundation which stands as ruins today.

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Porciuncula Mission

A giclee print of a one-of-a-kind acrylic on natural wild turkey feather. 9.5 X 13 reproduction printed with archival inks on acid free, 100% cotton rag paper with a bright textured finish.
Prints are mounted with 11X14 double matted acid free conservation mattes in clear plastic sealed envelope.
Framed prints are double matted prints mounted in an 11X14 wood frame and glass.
Hand signed by the artist.
Certificate of Authenticity included.

Print  Price  (USD) $98

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