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. 

  • A “Paper Print” is a fine art reproduction printed on 80 lb. heavy weight matte paper using indigo ink. 
  • A “Canvas Mount” is a giclee fine art reproduction on canvas, professionally mounted on 1/4 inch masonite board, intended to be framed.
  • A “Large Canvas Wrap” is a giclee fine art reproduction printed on canvas, professionally mounted and wrapped around the sides of a 1.5 inch thick frame, intended to be hung directly without a frame.  

 

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