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Prints of Jacob Wrestling With God

Archival Prints of Jacob Wrestling With God Are Available for Sale!


We have produced two limited editions, one large and one small, reproducing the oil painting I made of Jacob Wrestling with God.  These reproductions were painstakingly digitally edited and then individually printed by my good friend Mike Schultz in his Portland, Oregon studio.  The image is printed on a satisfyingly thick Epson hot press bright white paper using Epson inks.  The colors are vivid, rich and archival.  Each print is personally signed and numbered.

As stated above, we’ve made two sizes of prints.  There is a listing is for the larger of the two, which is 17″ x 20″, and a listing for the smaller, which is 8 1/2″ by 10″.

The original painting of Jacob was made in 2012.  I have continued to be amazed and humbled by the impact the painting has had on people.  I often receive heartfelt messages from individuals expressing to me how the painting has helped them through a difficult season, or has helped to illustrate challenging and meaningful theology.  The image has found its way onto album covers, book covers, and countless church bulletins.

As a result, many have expressed a desire to have a reproduction of the painting available for sale.  This is the first time I have attempted to produce and sell reproductions of any of my paintings.  I hope that the final product is a blessing to you.

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3 thoughts on “Prints of Jacob Wrestling With God

  1. Hey! Are you not making any wooden sculptures / bowls anymore?

    1. Hello, Jennifer, when time allows I will. I have had a number of furniture jobs that have pretty much required all of my shop time lately. But I miss making bowls- so it hopefully wont be too long.

  2. I am obsessed by this painting. It’s magnificent.

    Can you comment on any inspiration for the iperipheral magery – especially the hands on either side?

    Thank you in advance for your time and for this stunning work.

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