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Luc Olivier Merson, Rest on the Flight into Egypt

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NEW! Life-size Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on Canvas

Luc Olivier Merson, Rest on the Flight into Egypt, 1879. Oil on canvas. Bequest of George Golding Kennedy. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 18.652

  • Outer Dimensions Framed, Rest on the Flight into Egypt = 40 in. x 62 in.
  • Museum-quality Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on canvas capture the essence of the original artwork
  • We use only the finest archival pigment inks, cotton canvas, wood frames and protective coatings
  • Each Archival Replica - Fine Art Print on canvas is photographed, proofed, and printed at the MFA with state-of-the-art technology
  • Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on canvas are not hand-painted oil-on-canvas reproductions
  • Our Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on canvas are rated at the highest archival life expectancy of 100 years

Our limited selection of Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on canvas are available exclusively from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Note: Life-size Archival Replicas - Fine Art Prints on canvas vary slightly in size from the original artwork.


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Manufacturer Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
ASIN B002XF0ZKU
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By Mary Breeding on March 18, 2013
A great, awe inspiring picture with a different approach to the documented journey of Joseph & Mary into Egypt. Matthew 2:14-15
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