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Paul Gerhardt Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure | Edward Riojas Artist

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Paul Gerhardt Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure

Paul Gerhardt, born in 1607, was a renowned German theologian and hymn writer during the Lutheran Reformation. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest hymnists in Protestant history. Gerhardt's hymns, such as "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded" and "Beneath the Cross of Jesus," are cherished for their profound theological depth and emotional resonance. Despite facing personal hardships and persecution, Gerhardt remained steadfast in his faith and commitment to the Lutheran cause. His hymns continue to be sung and cherished by Christians around the world, offering comfort, inspiration, and a powerful expression of devotion.

This Giclée print of Paul Gerhardt has been created by Edward Riojas.   

Sizes for Giclée Prints of "Paul Gerhardt:

  • 13.25" x 16" 
  • 19.9" x 24" 
  • 24" x 29" 

"Giclée prints of original works by Edward Riojas""Giclée
prints are the archival standard used by museums and galleries to
reproduce fine art. Images are printed on Hahnemuehle fine art paper and
are signed by the artist. Prints are not framed or matted."

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Paul Gerhardt Giclée Print: Iconic Reformation Figure

Paul Gerhardt, born in 1607, was a renowned German theologian and hymn writer during the Lutheran Reformation. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest hymnists in Protestant history. Gerhardt's hymns, such as "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded" and "Beneath the Cross of Jesus," are cherished for their profound theological depth and emotional resonance. Despite facing personal hardships and persecution, Gerhardt remained steadfast in his faith and commitment to the Lutheran cause. His hymns continue to be sung and cherished by Christians around the world, offering comfort, inspiration, and a powerful expression of devotion.

This Giclée print of Paul Gerhardt has been created by Edward Riojas.   

Sizes for Giclée Prints of "Paul Gerhardt:

  • 13.25" x 16" 
  • 19.9" x 24" 
  • 24" x 29" 

"Giclée prints of original works by Edward Riojas""Giclée
prints are the archival standard used by museums and galleries to
reproduce fine art. Images are printed on Hahnemuehle fine art paper and
are signed by the artist. Prints are not framed or matted."

Free Shipping within the United States.

Please allow 2 weeks for order lead time. If an item is needed sooner,
please contact us for availability.

*Please contact us for International Shipping Charges.

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