Our Lady Undoer of Knots Framed Canvas
The devotion to Our Lady Undoer of Knots has its roots in a painting that was created by Johann Georg Schmidtner, a German artist, in the 18th century. The painting, as reproduced in this poster, depicts the Virgin Mary untying knots in a long ribbon while crushing the head of a serpent. Schmidtner's painting was inspired by a prayer written by Saint Irenaeus of Lyon in the second century, in which he referred to Mary as “the undoer of knots.”
Our digitally-restored version of the Undoer of Knots painting is presented here on a high-quality canvas print. Please note that the largest option shows more of the painting's top and bottom, while the rest are slightly cropped to feature more of the painting's focus: Our Lady.
The high-quality pine tree framed canvas comes with rubber pads on the back corners and a wall mount that makes hanging the artwork hassle-free.
• Pine tree frame
• Frame thickness: 1.25″ (3.18 cm)
• Canvas fabric weight: 10.15 +/- 0.74 oz/yd² (344 g/m² +/- 25g/m²)
• Open back
• Comes with rubber pads on the back corners
• Hanging hardware attached
|LENGTH (inches)||WIDTH (inches)||HEIGHT (inches)|
|12″×16″||13 ½||17 ½||1 ⅝|
|16″×20″||17 ½||21 ½||1 ⅝|
|18″×24″||19 ½||25 ½||1 ⅝|
|24″×36″||25 ½||37 ½||1 ⅝|
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