All paintings from the Bible
series are available for purchase as signed and numbered giclee
prints. They are limited to editions of 10 for each image.
Printed in full colour onto 300gsm Arches paper with a matt
finish, they are fine reproductions of the original paintings.
The image area is 300mm wide x 390mm high. Frame size is 540mm
wide x 740mm high.
They can be purchased mounted and framed (see
opposite) for £200 or unmounted and unframed for £135
including VAT, but excluding post and packaging.
Scaled versions of these are also available
aswell as all works from the Digital
series. Please get in touch
if you are interested in a specific size or substrate.
Cards are available in seven types; The birth of Jesus, The
Visit of the Magi, Calling the Disciples, Calming the storm
(pictured), Crucifixion (pictured), Pentecost and Modern Advent.
Each one is beautifully printed in full colour and gold onto
350gsm cast coated satin board, with the relevant passage
on the reverse complete with decorated capital. All are A5
size except Modern Advent which is 150mm x 150mm They are
blank inside and come polywrapped with its own envelope. £2.50
each including VAT, post and packing (to UK address).
These cards can be purchased either from this
website, or from the Cathedral Shops during the time that
the exhibition is present.
Prints and cards will be dispatched on receipt
of cheque or postal order. Prints and large orders for cards
are sent using Special Delivery (signed for on receipt) or
by courier. Please use the form on the contact
page to submit your requirements.
Original paintings are available subject to arrangement of
exhibition. Commissions are undertaken and prices are surprisingly
affordable. Please get in touch via the contact
page if you would like to discuss a purchase or commission.
If you are interested in hosting an exhibition,
please get in touch via the contact
The featured books are available at many high street bookshops
or the Association
of Christian Teachers. Alternatively, you can purchase
or enquire at www.brf.org.uk.
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