ST. PHILIP NERI
DRAWING by DANIEL MITSUI
This is an ink drawing on a 3 1/2" × 4 1/2" piece of goatskin parchment. I drew it using calligraphers’ inks applied with dip pens and brushes.
The original was created on private commission. I drew it in imitation of the white-vine style of Italian illuminated manuscripts.
St. Philip Neri was a priest of the 16th century who founded the Congregation of the Oratory. He was renowned for his piety, joyfulness and good humor.
An open-edition giclée print of this drawing is available for $75. You may use the button below to pay via PayPal, debit card or credit card. Be sure to confirm the shipping address.
Please note that the original drawing was made on goatskin parchment, which is not perfectly white, flat or homogenous. Natural variations in the color and thickness of the goatskin show up in the giclée print, especially in the outer borders. These are not smudges or printing errors, but part of the artwork itself.
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