OUR LADY of GUADALUPE
DRAWING by DANIEL MITSUI
The Virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego, a Nahua peasant, at the hill of Tepeyac in December of 1531. Later, Juan Diego carried a collection of roses that had unseasonably bloomed on the hill to the Bishop of Mexico, as proof of the apparition. When he released the roses that he carried in his mantle, an image of the Virgin Mary appeared on the fabric. I based this drawing on that famous image, adding a border of pink roses.
Medium: Drawing, color ink on goatskin parchment
Dimensions: 8" × 12"
The original drawing was made on private commission.
An open-edition giclée print of this drawing is available for $88. You may use the button below to pay via PayPal, debit card or credit card. Be sure to confirm the shipping address.
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