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Postcard Books: Angels by Pavilion Books

Postcard Books: Angels

by Pavilion Books

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As the symbolic evocation of religion and spiritual life, angels have played a significant part in our understanding of a mystical world we cannot fully comprehend. As rendered by some of the world's most gifted artists, here are thirty stunning, full-color reproductions of beautiful paintings of angels in postcard form that you can keep or send. All at once, these paintings evoke feelings of joy and hope in a way nothing else can. This unique collection represents the work of Cipriani, Rembrandt, Martini, Procaccini, Reynolds, and more.… (more)
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