Saint Michael’s Church by Robert Finale


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Saint Michael’s Church by Robert Finale

Limited Edition. Stretched Canvas. Hand Embellished by Robert Finale,
Published July 2005. Total edition size: 235.
Master Proof 24×18 (edition size 1)
Artist Proof 24×18 (edition size 10 – sold out)
Signed and Numbered 24×18 (edition size 25), 12×9 (edition size 200).

St. Michael’s Church is the oldest church structure in Charleston, South Carolina standing on the site of the first Anglican Church built south of Virginia. The cornerstone was first laid in 1752 with the grand opening in 1761 as the church opened its doors for services. An addition of the sacristy was built in 1883 on the southeast corner.
The Gothic revival design carries out worship according to the Book of Common Prayer, where the service is to be heard and all the worshippers participate. The altar is close to the congregation in a shallow recess, the apse, with the choir and organ in the rear. A gallery on three sides brings more people closer to the center of worship. St. Michael’s is unusual in that it is one of the few city churches in America that has retained this original design.

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About Robert Finale Canvas Editions

Finale’s artworks are published as limited edition canvas prints in different editions:

Master Proof – is extensively hand embellished by the artist and is usually limited to only 1 produced for each title and size.

Artist Proof – is heavily hand embellished by the artist and is of a small edition quantity

Signed and Numbered – is hand embellished by the artist and limited in quantity.

Exclusive Edition – is reproduced in a size that is larger than the original painting,hand embellished by the artist and is of a small edition quantity.

Robert Finale Biography

Born in 1966 in Sagua la Grande, Cuba, Robert Finale fled the communist nation with his family at the tender age of two for a life of freedom and opportunity in the United States. These early struggles and adversity taught Finale the value of hard work and discipline at a very young age.

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Art Edition

Signed & Numbered

Art Size

12 x 9, 24 x 18

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