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Why Weepest Thou by Rose Datoc Dall, 10x20 Signed Limited Ed Print

  • This image, by Rose Datoc Dall, depicts Mary Magdalene weeping at the Garden Tomb, that first Easter morning, mistaking the risen Lord as the gardener. He asks her "woman why weepest thou?" But soon she recognizes his voice once he utters her name, "Mary." She is the first to behold the resurrected Savior. See John 20:11-19.

  • ☞ All Signed Limited Edition Prints are printed on canvas, sprayed with a protective coating, signed & numbered by the artist, & come with a certificate of authenticity.

☞ Loose giclée prints are single sheet prints on either paper or canvas as specified, w/ no matting. 


☞ All giclée prints are archival & museum quality. As with all artwork, please keep out of direct sunlight.


☞ Giclée prints on paper are printed on an archival, heavyweight, fine art, cotton rag paper. (It is recommended that prints on paper should be matted & framed behind glass, or stored flat, not rolled.)


☞ Giclée prints on canvas are printed with a suitable border for stretching or mounting, and are sprayed with a semi-gloss protective coating. May be framed without glass.


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