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Beuronese Nativity Mosaic Christmas Card - Box of 20 cards with 21 envelopes

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Beuronese Nativity Mosaic Christmas Card

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Beuronese Nativity Mosaic Christmas Card

These magnificent Christmas cards display a Mosaic of the Birth of Christ from the Monastery chapel of the Benedictine Sisters, Clyde, Missouri

The inside greeting reads, "Rejoice! Unto us is born a Savior, who is Christ the Lord."

Bible Verse:  John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son…"

* Convenient 4.38" x 5.93" size
* Many cards feature hand-done lettering
* Appropriate Bible verse included
* Quality white envelopes

The Beuronese school of art, developed at the Abbey of Beuron in Germany during the later part of the nineteenth century, sought a more dignified alternative to the romantic emotionalism that dominated religious art of the day. Incorporating such diverse influences as the hieratic otherworldliness of Orthodox iconography and the geometric precision of ancient Egyptian mural paintings, the Beuronese style imparted a renewed sense of transcendence to church art, making it a medium by which the observer might comtemplate holy truths without distractions from the medium itself. It was not art for its own sake, but art for a higher purpose.


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