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The Gleaners - Latter-day Saint Art Collection

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The Gleaners - Latter-day Saint Art Collection

The Gleaners Nauvoo Art LDS Mormon Latter-day Saint
The Gleaners Nauvoo Art LDS Mormon Latter-day Saint
The Gleaners Nauvoo Art LDS Mormon Latter-day Saint
The Gleaners Nauvoo Art LDS Mormon Latter-day Saint

The Gleaners - Latter-day Saint Art Collection

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By James Harwood

This kind and meaningful painting shows two women gathering sheaves of wheat in a light-dappled field. If you look closely, you see four children working and playing alongside them. A sweet baby sits on the ground near the cart, bonneted against the sunlight coming through the clouds. The toddler grasping the cart handles looks as ready for play as for serious work, while the two older children bundle and carry beside the women. These children are being taught by parents and other adults the importance of President David O. McKay’s admonition: “Learn to like your work. Learn to say - This is my work, my glory, not my doom. This piece is printed right here in Nauvoo on high quality Museum Giclee Canvas.


FRAMING IS EASY - This art is offered unframed.  Most of our art is made for standard sized frames so you won't need to get an expensive custom frame. Simply take this artwork to any Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or your local frame shop.  They always have great sales on frames and a lot of great choices.

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ARTIST:  James Taylor Harwood was a wonderful LDS art teacher who was born in Lehi, Utah.  He began is art study at the Academie Julian under Jules LeFebre and Benjamin Constant.  At the encouragmenT of Brigham Young, Harwood left Salt Lake City for Paris. He returned an exceptional artist.  Harwood served as chair of the University of Utah Art department from 1923 to 1931.  Paintings like The Gleaners show evidence of Harwood's French impressionist training.  Harwood was the first Utah and the first LDS artist to have his paintings accepted in the Paris Salon.


On August 16th, 2018 President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the following statement regarding the name of the Church.

“The Lord has impressed upon my mind the importance of the name He has revealed for His Church, even The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We have work before us to bring ourselves in harmony with His will. “

The Church has since released guidelines stating the use of Mormon or LDS as a substitute for the name of the the church should be avoided, but such use in proper names such as - The Book of Mormon or when used as an adjective in historical expressions such as - The Mormon Trail - Mormon Battalion, should be considered as the correct use.

The Nauvoo Gallery has been working to put our website and our gallery store in Nauvoo, Illinois in harmony with this important revelation. It’s been customary for websites like ours to use terms like LDS Art, LDS Temple Art, LDS pictures or Mormon Art when describing our products for Google and other search engines. Our intention has been to help people find what has been termed as LDS products & LDS Gifts. It took many many months to build and add products to this website using those relevant and popular search terms - please bear with us as it may take a few months still to find each instance where we can better be in harmony with President Nelson’s message. Thank you for your patience and your kindness during this process