Prayer Cards and Prints from St Joseph’s Flamigny

27 07 2010

I would like to bring to your attention work from the Abbey of St Joseph de Clairval in Flamigny in deepest Dijon, France. Their workshop produces prints of prayer cards and devotional art of modern works in the style of French early gothic 13th-century illuminated manuscripts. When I first decided I wanted to paint for the Church it was to the gothic that I was first attracted. I was not aware at that stage of anyone producing modern works in the gothic style so went first to the iconographic. Perhaps if I had known about these, I might have found myself in France rather than New Hampshire. You see these and others at their website, here.

The Assumption is shown left.The Annunciation

The Visitation

The Crowning of Mary

20 Mysteries of the Rosary

Seven Sorrows of St Joseph

The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary

The Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary

Mary, Mother of Mercy!

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2 responses

13 08 2010
rdrjames

Are the prints from St. Joseph’s Abbey in France available here in the US locally?
they are lovely!

13 08 2010
davidicons

I’m sorry I don’t know. But if you go to the website, I bet they’ll post them to you.
David

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