A sunset painting of the famous Garden Tomb which is located in the Garden of Gethsemane. This painting is part of the Bible Lands series.
Sold: This painting has been sold to an art buyer in Texas.
About this Sunset Painting of The Garden Tomb
Title: The Garden Tomb at Sunset
Size: 12″ w x 9″ h
Support: Traditional-style Stretched Canvas
Description: An oil painting composition of the famous Garden Tomb in the Garden of Gethsemane bathed in the rays of the setting sun. The empty tomb depicts the biblical story of Jesus’ resurrection and is a perfect reminder of the power of Jesus and the promise of eternal life. This artwork signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard will be a beautiful addition to any home, office, or church.
This painting is hand-painted on a traditional-style stretched canvas with the sides left raw or unpainted. It will need to be mounted in a frame before it is put on display. Adding a frame will give the painting a finished look.
This painting of the famous Garden Tomb is located in the Garden of Gethsemane near Jerusalem. It is one of two I’ve painted of this famous travel place. The other painting is called The Garden Tomb.
Christians worldwide consider this place to be the actual burial and resurrection site of Jesus and not the renowned Church of The Holy Sepulcher. His crucifixion occurred at Golgotha, the “place of the skull,”
The reason many believe this to be the site of the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus is that it so clearly fits the description described in each of the Gospel accounts.
Site of the Crucifixion
- Skull Rock outside the city walls of Jerusalem
- Near a gate of the city
- Along a busy thoroughfare
- At a place of public execution
- At the place of the skull – Golgotha
- A garden nearby
Evidence regarding the site of the tomb is in Matthew 27:57-60.
- Skull Rock located in a garden
- Belonged to a rich man named Joseph of Arimathea
- Cut out of the rock
- Sealed with a rolling stone
- Entered through a low doorway
- Burial chamber situated to the right of the entrance
For more information about this popular tourist place, check out this website.
♦ “Very nice! I like the lighting!” — Jeanette Cox, THE ART GALLERY, MeWe
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