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African-American Art Reproductions
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Against a starlit midnight blue sky, the Star of Bethlehem brighten the clouds and illuminates three white-gowned female angels with immense fluttering wings. In astonishment, one angel points at the Star, another throws up her arms in excitement, and the third blows a horn announcing the birth of the Savior. "From Genesis to Revelations,"  writes Gregory Perkins who created and produced African American Expressions' 2007 "Angels" calendar, " angels are seen as guardians, messengers and enforcers. . . . Most individuals recognize the angels role as messengers." From our Timeless Classics collection. African American Expressions™ © 2006. This calendar page is framed under glass in a metallic silvertone plastic frame with dual features for hanging on a wall or for freestanding display. FREE BONUS for the purchaser of this artwork is a miniature (2x2") magnet with duplicate image.
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