"Hark the Herald an Angel Sings" is a painting of an Angel standing in a bed of bright red poinsettias. This is an original painting that I painted this December 2019. This painting is also available in art prints and in Christmas cards which measure 5x7 inches folded or panel cards. Christmas cards are sold individually or in a package of 12 cards. If you would like to send a note to someone, I also sell these in little 4.25x5.5 blank note note cards. The note cards are folded and blank inside and sold individually or in a package of 12 cards. The words "Hark! The Heral Angels Sing, Glory to the new born King. Peace on earth, and mercy mild; God and sinners reconciled. Joyful all ye nations rise, join the triumph of the skies; with angelic hosts proclaim, "Christ is born in Bethlehem." Hark! the herald angels sing, Glory to the newborn King!" is printed on the back of the folded Angel Christmas card and Angel note card. The panel Christmas card has the wording on the right front of the card. This beautiful song was first written by Charles Wesley in the 1700's.
I print each art print and card in my art studio, carefully making sure that the colors are correct.
Angel cards are printed on card stock paper.
Art prints are printed on archival canvas using archival toner and rolled up, placed in a tube for safe mailing.
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Carolyn Altman, Owner/Artist
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