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One rare ornamental baroque Italian hand-carved giltwood frame, circa the early 20th century. Other prints of this artwork will be formatted for rounded or rectangular frames.


Size: 27 x 16 in.


Fine Art canvas with double matboard, featuring gold-leaf highlights.


Take a step back in time enjoying one of the earliest signs of Christianity, the anchor.  Filled with many churches, God's presence on small tropical islands comes to light.


The Scripture featuring Psalm 25, is from the opened minister's Bible in the Methodist church on Bimini. 


Features the anchor from the Evangelian church on Bora Bora. The anchor is an Early Christian symbol for a follower of Jesus Christ before the cross becomes a more widely utilized symbol. 


The anchor is filled with tropical churches from the following islands:

Bora Bora (Engish Evangelical, late 1800's) and Huahanee (Polynesian, est. 1900's) in French Polynesia

Key West, Florida - St. Paul's Episcopal, December 23, 1832

Bimini, Bahamas - Methodist, 1900's estimated

Mayreau, West Indies - Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, late 1800's early 1900's

Savannah, Georgia - Catholic, Cathedral Basilica of Saint John the Baptist, November 19, 1873


The sunset is from outside the church on Bimini.


Near the lower portion of the sunset in the water, the texture of the large stone building blocks from the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church appears. 


A special piece of artwork to embrace God's Word and the tropical beauty He has Blessed all of us with.


Hebrews 6:19 We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.


Other sizes available on stretched canvas, unframed, 12 x 18, 24, x 36, 36 x 54


Inquire about our ornate antique frames in a variety of sizes.

Anchor of the Word

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    •  Keep out of direct sunlight.
    • Avoid high temperatures.
    • Clean gently with a soft dry cloth, do not use water or any liquid on giclees or fine art paper. A very small amount of water is OK on canvas.
    • Aluminum prints, made for outdoors, may get wet. However, the print must stay in indirect sunlight most of the day; all-day sunlight will eventually be harmful and will cause fading.
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