Madonna and Child by Enric M. Vidal Rustic Wood Plaque
Madonna and Child
Enric Monserday Vidal
Late 1800's or Early 1900's
This rustic wood plaque featuring Madonna and Child comes from trees grown and harvested in Ohio and is 100% made in the U.S.A. Each solid wood plaque is hewn and joined together by the hands of our Steubenville woodworkers then digitally printed with hi-tech inks that slowly stain and permeate the wood with a scratch-free work of art.
Because these rustic plaques are made from real, solid wood, each piece may have minor cracks, knots, and other imperfections that add character and authenticity. As unique as human fingerprints, no two plaques are alike.
Smaller sizes of plaques are cut from single boards, while larger sizes are made up of several boards joined together.
This simple yet moving work by late 19th century and early 20th century Spanish artist Enric Monserday Vidal captures Mary quietly holding her infant Jesus in a peaceful garden, with the angels around them in wonder and adoration. Jesus's humanity is expertly captured in His small newborn form, while His divinity is shown by the angelic hosts that have come to be with their Lord. Mary's heavenly Queenship is shown by her crown, robes, and privilege of being the nearest to the Christ Child.
Our Madonna and Child by Enric Monserday Vidal quietly depicts the tender love Mary has for Jesus. Find a spot in your home for this work of art, or give it to a loved one to remind them of the joy and peace of Christ's coming.
Printed and assembled by local workers' hands in Steubenville, OH.