Joseph Smith for President
On January 29, 1844 the Prophet Joseph Smith launch his campaign to run for the President of the United States after a disappointing visit to Washington D.C. He visited the country’s capitol in hopes of finding protection from the Federal Government for the Saints who were suffering from severe persecution. President Van Buren was unsympathetic of their plea. This poster is an artistic creation of a Joseph Smith Presidential poster. Printed on acid-free museum quality matte paper
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.
PLEASE SUPPORT NAUVOO: The item above and many other beautiful works found on this site create much-needed jobs for families living in Nauvoo. Please see our “MADE IN NAUVOO” page for more details CLICK HERE
OUR COMMITMENT TO BE IN HARMONY WITH THE REVEALED NAME OF THE CHURCH:
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 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 we still 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