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Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord - 20 x 31.25 giclée on canvas (unmounted)

Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord - 20 x 31.25 giclée on canvas (unmounted)

$288.00 USD

High quality, open edition giclée on canvas (unmounted) of Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord by Elspeth Young, from the Women of the Bible Collection. Print size 20" x 31¼" (508mm x 793.75mm). Print includes 2in (5.08cm) border for mounting on stretcher bars. Optional mounting to stretcher bars is available for an additional $93.75 on in-store pickup orders. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: 20in x 31.25in, Elspeth Young, Figure, Giclee, Interior, Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord, Old Testament, Open edition print, Sarah & Women of the Bible

Ships to US (including APO, FPO & DPO) and Worldwide. Economy, Priority, & Local pickup shipping options are available at checkout. Bulk discounts available when buying 10 or more unmounted giclée canvases (up to 1000in2) (discounts shown in cart)
Printed on demand - Product ships in 6 to 14 days (Serial No. 3.22.0031.020)
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Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord - 20 x 31.25 giclée on canvas (unmounted) by Elspeth Young

Is Anything Too Hard For The Lord - 20 x 31.25 giclée on canvas (unmounted)


by Elspeth Young

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