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Fishermen on the Lake Israel-Circa 1900


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Israel-Circa 1900


The Sea of Galilee was the site where Jesus called His first disciples. While walking beside the lake, he saw two brothers, Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake. Going on from there, he saw two other brothers, James and his brother John. They were in a boat with their father Zebedee, preparing their nets. Jesus called them, and immediately they left their nets to follow him. .

The brilliant colors in this depiction of fishermen on the lake, gives pause to consider how great the call that these simple fishermen were moved to leave the beauty of their environment, livelihood and even their families, to follow the Son of Man. With courage from the Holy Spirit they left the comforts of life to pursue the truth. We all encounter at some point in our lives a calling to the truth that often requires we leave our space of comfort and predictability in favor of or faith in knowing we are dedicating our lives to truth and to lovingly and courageously bring others with us...

“And he saith unto them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Mt. 4:19

These are matted photographs with backing boards ready to be framed. The matts, backing board, photo paper, ink and tag paper are all conservation quality materials, acid free and buffered. The same materials that would be used in a museum or gallery.

Comes with loose tags scripture, and scripture inspiration The tags are loose in the package so that buyer can have a choice as to how they want to display the artwork.

Matted prints are shipped flat. Photos only are shipped in a tube.

Dimensions: Small matted photos: 14 width, 15 1/2 height matte opening: 9 1/2 width, 10 height Small photos: 9 1/2 width, 10 height, photo is 9 1/2 x 10 (with an additional 1/2 white border.

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