This Christmas card features The Adoration of the Magi, a piece painted by a Neapolitan follower of Giotto in the 14th century. As described by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY: "Dressed in sumptuous gold embroidered robes, three Magi and two angels, shown in profile at the right, adore the Virgin and Child, who are seated in the doorway of a palace. They are accompanied by three diminutive attendants in the lower left corner."
"He Who is above, now for our redemption, dwells here below, and we who are lowly are by divine mercy raised up." – St. John Chrysostom
7" x 5"
*printed on matte white card stock
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