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Christ Walking On The Water

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Christ Walking On The Water

Christ Walking On The Water Nauvoo Art
Christ Walking On The Water Nauvoo Art

Christ Walking On The Water

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By Julius Von Klever

The inspiring story of Christ walking on the water is found in three gospels of the New testament. This 1880 painting depicts the story of when Christ sent the disciples by boat and remained behind to pray. When night came there arose a storm. In the midst of the storm and darkness the disciples saw Christ walking on the water. Christ calmed the storm and they were comforted. This piece is printed on high quality Museum Giclee Canvas.


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ARTIST:  Julius Von Klever is considered the “Russian Rembrandt." Von Klever was predominantly a landscape painter. He studied at The Saint Petersburg Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, first in the architectural class and then in the landscape class under S. Vorobyev and M. Klodt. His landscapes are still highly sought after by art collectors around the world, and his originals hang in galleries throughout Europe.