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Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Pencil Portrait of John Calvin

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Calvin's birth.

One of the teachers in our Christian school in Newtownabbey has drawn a A3 Pencil Portrait of John Calvin.

Copies of this Pencil Portrait are available to anyone wishing to purchase them with the proceeds after costs going towards the work of our School.

The prices are:

A3 Print + single Mount
£ 18.00/US$ 27.00/ Can$ 33.00 + p&p

A4 Print + single Mount
£ 12.00/US$ 18.00/Can$ 22.00 + p&p

A5 Print + single Mount
£ 8.00/US$ 12.00/Can$ 15.00 + p&p


We are also offering the possibility of getting the A3 Print + Double Mount framed [50 mm black frame].

The cost for framing a A3 print & Double Mount would be £55.00 in total. The smaller sizes can be framed as well with single mounts.

There is also the possibility of a few original drawings [signed and dated] done on a first come, first served basis as there is considerable work in this [about 3 days].

The cost of an original would be £75.00 for the drawing + double mounting & framing which would cost another £45.00. £120.00 in total.

If anyone is interested please contact me.

4 comments:

Kent said...

Have you seen the new resources on Calvin from Logos Bible Software at http://www.calvin500.com? The Calvin 500 Collection contains Calvin's commentaries, the Institutes, 4 volumes of letters, dozens of tracts and treatises, 10 biographies, and 20 volumes on the history of Calvinism. I thought you might be interested: http://www.calvin500.com

Trevor Maze said...

A friend bought one of the larger framed prints and I can state that it is of excellent quality.

Anonymous said...

Are you not selling pictures of "Doctor" Paisley too?

Rev Brian McClung said...

Anonymous

No, we are not selling pictures of "Doctor" Paisley.

They are pencil sketches of historical characters from Church history.