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March 3, 2003

Bargains of the Day: Jesus art

by Feòrag

We have two bargains for you today, both of which would look absolutely exquisite adorning the walls of any abode. First there is this Jesus Christ Velvet 1979 Praying Painting:

We hit the jackpot and found this old image in the back of the warehouse. WOW!!
This is a Fabulous Velvet Jesus Christ Painting! Made in 1979!!!!
This lovely hand painted picture of Jesus is on soft deep rich velvet.
If you love Jesus or know someone who does, this is a MUST HAVE for any collector. GREAT GIFT, THE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING!!
  • It features:
  • Collectors Item from 1979
  • Jesus is shown kneeling and praying outside with a beam of light shining his halo
  • White, Gold, Orange, Red, Blue and Brown in color
  • Fine ART
  • Individually hand painted
  • Painted on soft deep rich velvet which is stretched over wood backing
  • Item measures 12" X 16"

Or maybe a 3-D Lighted Picture of Jesus in Prayer is more your style:

This is a beautiful picture of Jesus praying. He is kneeling by a rock looking skyward. The picture I have included does not do this picture justice at all.
This picture measures 15 1/2"Wide X 13 1/2"High. The 3" border is a light weight metal frame with cut-outs.
The picture measures 5" thick.
It has an electric cord with an on/off knob.
This picture is from the 1950's.

Posted in Religious Tat at 09:58. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 05:47.
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1: Posted by: Casey Alexander | May 2, 2003 10:22 PM

I am very interested in this item that did not sale...please e-mail me a.s.a.p., even if you do not have it any longer...Thank You

2: Posted by: Casey | May 4, 2003 9:04 PM

Please e-mail me about purchasing this picture...my e-mail address is dstnd@yahoo.com...I would like to purchase immediately.


3: Posted by: Fe˛rag | May 4, 2003 9:11 PM

You need to contact the vendor, via eBay. I have nothing to do with the picture - I posted about it because it's religious tat.

4: Posted by: Randy Moots | February 26, 2004 3:28 AM

On March 3rd, 2003, you posted a 3-D LIGHTED PICTURE OF JESUS IN PRAYER. HOW DO I LOCATE ONE? I had one as a child and it brokE many, many years ago. Please provide feedback. THANK YOU1

5: Posted by: Feòrag | February 26, 2004 4:28 AM

Do as I did, and keep searching eBay.

6: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 26, 2004 4:53 AM

The religious tat comments always spin me out. Here I am wondering who would buy this crap, only to discover that it's the same people who can't read the content of articles or follow links properly.

Have you considered setting up an online store? You seem to have a captive audience of people willing to part with money for any old religious tat.

7: Posted by: Feòrag | February 26, 2004 5:33 AM

But how could I possibly complete with sites like this one?

8: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 26, 2004 7:17 AM

I should take it as a given than any links from here come with a warning, but that gift site is horrifying. I'm kind of surprised it doesn't come with an annoying looped soundtrack of elevator music that can't be turned off.

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