The Emmerich Stations of the Cross set is named after Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, the German nun and mystic who wrote the highly influential meditation The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This set of stations was painted in the German style by an unknown artist in the late 19th century. Recognizable for its illuminated golden halos around the heads of Christ and His followers, as well as for the rich contrast and shadowing throughout the set, the Emmerich Stations of the Cross convey the beauty and sacrifice of Jesus' Passion with a blend of modern and traditional styles.
These beautiful reproductions of the Stations of the Cross are printed on marbled, glossy-finish wall icon plaques with a beveled edge. The 5/8 thick board is the same we use for printing our icons on. These Stations of the Cross are unique in their design and adaptability. We can print the background color to match a variety of interior decors such as existing church marble, specific color schemes, or virtually any interior design. We can also customize the size, shape, etc. if necessary for architectural designs. Please call for more details or to discuss your project. This set of 14 Stations provides a great source of meditation upon the Passion of Christ and are the perfect addition to the Lenten season.
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