Saint Benedict of Nursia

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Fest: 11 July (General Roman Calendar), (Anglican Communion)
14 March (Eastern Orthodox Church)

Patron: Against poison, Against witchcraft, Agricultural workers
Cavers, Civil engineers, Coppersmiths, Dying people, Erysipelas
Europe, Farmers, Fever, Gall stones, Heerdt, Germany, Inflammatory diseases, Italian architects, Kidney disease, Monks, Nettle rash
Norcia, Italy, People in religious orders, Schoolchildren and students,
Servants who have broken their master’s belongings, Speleologists, Spelunkers, Temptations.

Print of an original ink drawing by Helena-Alexandra Reut, printed on high quality fine art paper.
Binding: Mounted in a passe-partout and makes a thoughtful gift.

Offered formats:
1. Outside size 13×18 cm / 5,11×7 in
Picture size: 9×13 cm / 3,5×5,11 in

2. Outside size 18×24 cm / 7×9,4 in
Picture size: 13×18 cm / 5,11x7in

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Description

After founding twelve communities of monks at Subiaco, Italy, Benedict of Norcia (480 AD – 21 March 547) traveled to Montecassino where he established a monastery and wrote “The Rule.” This simple set of guidelines for how the life of a monk should be lived has become one of the most influential works in all of Western Christendom.

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Shipping: The artwork will be sealed in a waterproof sleeve and packaged in a sturdy cardboard mailer for shipping.

Drawings purchased are for private use only.
All rights to this image remain with the artist Helena-Alexandra Reut, who may reproduce, copy, print or use it for any other type of art.

✶ In addition to the artworks presented here, it is possible to commission original handmade drawing of any Saint.
✶ Also you can includ personalized prayers, with names or dedication, for the same price.
✶ If you have any questions, please message me. I will get back to you as soon as I can. Thank you for looking!

Additional information

Weight 0.200 kg
Dimensions 30 × 1 × 24 cm
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Original, Art Print 13×18cm, Art Print 18×24cm