Les Disciples

Eugene Burnand - Les Disciples

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Les Disciples Eugene Burnand 1898

Unframed Paper Giclée   Unframed
Image Size Edition Size Original Issue Price Our Price
6.75" x 11" Open N/A $34.99
8.75" x 14.75" Open N/A $39.99
13.25" x 22" Open N/A $49.99
17.75" x 29.25" Open N/A $69.99
22" x 36.5" Open N/A $99.99
26.5" x 44" Open N/A $139.99
31" x 51.25" Open N/A $179.99
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Framed Paper Giclée   Framed
Framed Size Edition Size Original Issue Price Our Price
18" x 24" Open N/A $129.99
22" x 31" Open N/A $159.99
26" x 35" Open N/A $239.99
27" x 38" Open N/A $249.99
31" x 46" Open N/A $269.99
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These prints are all custom framed with a unique 2" wide allure wood frame in a matte finish and enhanced with a mat color of your choice. A durable overlay of premium acrylic glazing creates a crystal clear display of your print and protects it from damage. Additional framing and matting options including UV glass are also available upon request. Please call us toll-free at 1-877-843-9278 to speak with a customer care specialist.

Unframed Stretched Canvas Giclée   Unframed
Image Size Edition Size Original Issue Price Our Price
9" x 14.5" Open N/A $74.99
13.5" x 22" Open N/A $124.99
17.5" x 29.5" Open N/A $149.99
22" x 36.5" Open N/A $199.99
26.5" x 44" Open N/A $249.99
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This fine art giclée on canvas print comes museum-wrapped around 1.5" wood stretcher bars and finished with handpainted black edges.
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Framed Textured Paper Lithograph  Framed
Overall Framed Size Edition Size Original Issue Price Our Price
8.5" x 10.5" Open $24.99 Discontinued
Image Description

Artistic rendition of disciples Peter and John are displayed on canvas style print.
Frame Description  Frame

Comes in a detailed antique gold frame and includes an easel-back and hanging hardware.
Peter and John by Eugene Burnand
Print Caption  Print Caption

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Framed Paper Lithograph  Framed
Overall Framed Size Edition Size Original Issue Price Our Price
30" x 42" Open $300.00 $279.50
Image Description

Urgency, hope, determination, and apprehension are all masterfully conveyed through gestures, posture, and complex facial expressions in "The Disciples Peter and John Running to the Sepulchre on the Morning of the Resurrection" by Eugene Burnand. In his most famous artwork, Burnand portrays John (the disciple Jesus loved) and Peter (the head of the Church) running to Jesusí tomb on Easter morning to witness his resurrection.

A description of Christ through the Bible. The image is a Christian classic featuring the emotion of Peter and John after seeing the empty grave. This piece is a discussion starter and a focal point for churches, offices, or homes.
Frame Description  Frame

Includes a distressed nailhead dark trim frame with a woodgrain look and two mats in textured dusky blue. The top mat rests against glass. The dimensional space draws the eye into a second mat featuring triptych style (three mat openings).
Framed He's Alive by Eugene Burnand
Print Caption  Print Caption

"In Genesis, He's the breath of life
In Exodus, the Passover Lamb
In Leviticus, He's our High Priest
Numbers, The fire by night
Deuteronomy, He's Moses' voice
In Joshua, He is salvation's choice
Judges, law giver
In Ruth, the kinsmen-redeemer
First and second Samuel, our trusted prophet
In Kings and Chronicles, He's sovereign
Ezra, true and faithful scribe
Nehemiah, He's the rebuilder of broken walls and lives
In Esther, He's Mordecai's courage
In Job, the timeless redeemer
In Psalms, He is our morning song
In Proverbs, wisdom's cry
Ecclesiastes, the time and season
In the Song of Solomon, He is the lover's dream
In Isaiah, He's Prince of Peace
Jeremiah, the weeping prophet
In Lamentations, the cry for Israel
Ezekiel, He's the call from sin
In Daniel, the stranger in the fire
In Hosea, He is forever faithful
In Joel, He's the Spirits power
In Amos, the arms that carry us
In Obadiah, He's the Lord our Savior
In Jonah, He's the great missionary
In Micah, the promise of peace
In Nahum, He is our strength and our shield
In Habakkuk and Zephaniah, He's pleading for revival
In Haggai, He restores a lost heritage
In Zechariah, our fountain
In Malachi, He is the son of righteousness rising with healing in His wings
In Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, He is God, Man, Messiah
In the book of Acts, He is fire from heaven
In Romans, He's the grace of God
In Corinthians, the power of love
In Galatians, He is freedom from the curse of sin
Ephesians, our glorious treasure
Philippians, the servants heart
In Colossians, He's the Godhead Trinity
Thessalonians, our coming King
In Timothy, Titus, Philemon He's our mediator and our faithful Pastor
In Hebrews, the everlasting covenant
In James, the one who heals the sick.
In First and Second Peter, he is our Shepherd
In John and in Jude, He is the lover coming for His bride
In the Revelation, He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords
The prince of peace, The Son of man, The Lamb of God
The great I AM
He's the alpha and omega
Our God and our Savior
He is Jesus Christ the Lord"
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Print Description:
"He lives! He is not here; He is risen, just as He said."

--- Matthew 28:6

What joy this blessed assurance gives; I know that my Redeemer lives!

Eugene Burnand (1850 - 1921) was a Swiss painter who worked in the mid-19th century. Burnand studied art in Geneva before moving to Paris, where he primarily painted landscapes. He was strongly inspired by Realism, exemplified by this nuanced artwork, which hangs in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. He painted with a great sense of realism which is very evident in his religious works. The deep emotion of the moment is captured in the eyes and facial expressions of the disciples running to the sepulcher by the artist's genius with detail.

In the pre-twentieth centuries the majority of mankind had no schooling and could not read. Often the printers or old masters of the 15th-19th centuries painted human stories with their art. They literally told a story, often with a lesson or deeper meaning hidden in the imagery.

Les Disciples strongly illustrates this art style. It is very early Sunday morning. The air is crisp and clear, three days after their teacher, Jesus of Nazareth was killed by the high priest and high council. Mary Magdalene has told them she has seen the Master alive, and the two men are running to the tomb.

Peter had denied he knew Jesus three times the night before Jesus died. Peter's eyes reveal his heart, the eyes being the window to the soul. "Is it true?" he asks himself. "Is He alive? This is what He told us, but how can it be? Will He Forgive me?" Peter's cloak is black, representing the doubt and denial in all of us. His hands show the signs of years of toil and hard work as a fisherman. His right hand is over his heart, which contains the hope he has that what Jesus has said is true. His left hand points to the way, the way of redemption. Because of his repentance and regret, because of the forgiveness he receives, and because of his faith and the strength he is given, Peter will lead the church into the age of Christendom which has lasted to this day and will continue beyond.

John, the beloved disciple, the favorite of the Master is sure of what he has heard. He is clothed in white representing his pure faith, never questioning, always believing. He remembers the suffering he witnessed, he remembers the eternal issues Jesus taught him, and he knows it is true: He is risen! His love for the Master is great, and his hands are clasped in expectation, hopeful, grateful, ready to embrace his Lord. John runs ahead of Peter for his faith is sure and steadfast and the expectant joy in his heart adds urging to his every step. John's works in the years to come will give to us the Revelation for the new millennium which we still await.

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Les Disciples copyright© 1898 by Eugene Burnand.