The First Visions

When a teenage Joseph Smith entered the woods behind his family farm to pray over his soul and inquire which church he should join, the vision that burst forth from heaven changed his life and laid the foundation for the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  

Although Joseph Smith’s First Vision is among the most oft-depicted scenes of the Restoration by artists, this First Vision painting is unique in that it is a harmony of the nine major historical accounts of the First Vision.  It attempts to bring together a cohesive picture, including some aspects not typically depicted in other First Vision imagery, such as the Father and Son not appearing simultaneously, the “pillar of flame,” the “many angels” mentioned in the 1835 account, and Satan being cast out in the corner.  It is a unique and one-of-a kind image.  Below are print prices and options.


SizeDescriptionPricePurchase
8x12Matte Paper Print $40ADD TO CART
12x18Matte Paper Print $55ADD TO CART
24x36Matte Paper Print$80ADD TO CART
8x12Mounted Canvas Print$55ADD TO CART
12x18Mounted Canvas Print$80ADD TO CART
24x36Mounted Canvas Print$155ADD TO CART
12x18Wrapped Canvas Print $125ADD TO CART
24x36Wrapped Canvas Print$240ADD TO CART

Prices already INCLUDE taxes and shipping. ♥

Each print is a gallery quality, giclée fine art print reproduction, printed on professional printers using archival art paper/canvas and ink.  Giclée prints allow artists to have their paintings reproduced in accurate, rich colors that will not fade or yellow for up to 150 years.

*A “MATTE PAPER” print is a non-glossy, thick paper that holds rich color and contrasts. These prints are ideal for framing behind glass.

*A “MOUNTED CANVAS” print is an acid-free, heavyweight cotton canvas with a semi-gloss finish.  It is mounted on a ¼” board to allow it to be framed without glass.

*A “WRAPPED CANVAS” print is an acid-free, heavyweight cotton canvas with a semi-gloss finish.  It is wrapped around a 2” frame, and comes ready to be hung on a wall without the need for framing.