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Minerva Teichert Art

First Vision in the Sacred Grove -Joseph Kneeling - by Minerva Teichert

This piece is printed on high quality Museum Giclee Canvas and is offered framed or unframed,

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The First Vision captures the moment when the Prophet Joseph Smith saw two Personages, whose brightness and glory defy all description, standing above him. As Joseph Smith knelt on the ground Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ appear to him.

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A little more about Minerva Teichert Art

Minerva Teichert art is beloved around the world.  She created a wide range of art from paintings around Mormon history to rodeos and American Indians.  Minerva Teichert art expresses a unique style with vibrant colors.  

Minerva Teichert enrolled at the Chicago Art Institute in 1909 and studied under John Vanderpoel, the leading figure artist and teacher in America.  In 1915 she enrolled at the Art Student’s League in New York City - which at the time was the premier art training center in the United States.  While there, she studied under the famed American artist Robert Henri, who asked her if any artist had told the “great Mormon story”.  Minerva replied, “Not to suit me!”   He replied saying, “Good heavens girl, what a chance!”

Teichert created a broader, more inclusive range of art - one that she felt celebrated the heroics of both the pioneer men and women.  Having grown up with her grandmothers who each had crossed the plains, she felt strongly about telling the stories of the women who played a central role in both crossing the plains and establishing the new settlement of the Salt Lake Valley.

The Mormon pioneer women were the first women in the country to exercise the right to vote for city, county, and territorial officers, they served as jurors, were mayors and state legislators, managed livestock companies, ranches, and farms, were midwives and doctors, founded and published the first magazine for women in the West, operated telegraph offices, ran businesses, and managed family households and farms.  The Mormon women Teichert knew were independent, enjoyed a strong sense of personal & community identity, and valued their role as mothers while supplementing that role with their business pursuits.  They were able and capable, leaving many visitors to remark that they were “incredible”.

The Nauvoo Art Gallery is proud to carry Minerva Teichert art.

(Source:  “Telling Stories Through Brushstrokes:  Minerva Teichert’s Visualization of the Mormon Pioneer Experience and Messages to Her Audience”.) Minerva Teichert Art

OUR COMMITMENT TO BE IN HARMONY WITH THE REVEALED NAME OF THE CHURCH:

On August 16th, 2018 President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the following statement regarding the name of the Church.

“The Lord has impressed upon my mind the importance of the name He has revealed for His Church, even The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We have work before us to bring ourselves in harmony with His will. “

The Church has since released guidelines stating the use of Mormon or LDS as a substitute for the name of the the church should be avoided, but such use in proper names such as - The Book of Mormon or when used as an adjective in historical expressions such as - The Mormon Trail - Mormon Battalion, should be considered as the correct use.

The Nauvoo Gallery has been working to put our website and our gallery store in Nauvoo, Illinois in harmony with this important revelation. It’s been customary for websites like ours to use terms like LDS Art, LDS Temple Art, LDS pictures or Mormon Art when describing our products for Google and other search engines. Our intention has been to help people find what has been termed as LDS products & LDS Gifts. It took many many months to build and add products to this website using those relevant and popular search terms - please bear with us as it may take a few months still to find each instance where we can better be in harmony with President Nelson’s message. Thank you for your patience and your kindness during this process

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15 Beautiful Images of the First Vision

With President Nelson’s invitation to #HearHim, we decided to compile some of our very favorite paintings and images of the First Vision. Each one is a powerful reminder of the Lord’s ability to hear our prayers and send strength and peace in times of difficulty. With the events currently happening in the world, we felt we could all use a little bit of reassurance, and beautiful art to look at. Be sure to add any of your favorites that we may have missed in the comments section below!

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Minerva Teichert’s beautiful interpretation of the First Vision is one filled with color, nature, and a warmth that can be felt throughout the painting.

This beautiful depiction of the Prophet Joseph Smith by Simon Dewey highlights Joseph’s call to translate the Book of Mormon, and once more restore the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Earth.

This unique painting of the First Vision by Jorge Cocco Santangelo illustrates his work as a fine artist in all the extent of the word. He is a self-taught artist with international recognition that has mastered various disciplines in the fine arts such as painting, sculpture, lithograph, etching, ceramic and washi zokey (art with hand-made paper).

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Anthony Sweat’s painting is captivating in its use of colors, and the flames of the Spirit that illuminate the host of angels behind the Father and the Son.

One of the most iconic images in Latter-day Saint history, this print of the First Vision is an iconic representation of the Father and the Son communing with Joseph.

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Brent Borup’s interpretation of the First Vision is beautiful in its use of light, in contrast to the lush green of the Sacred Grove. This beautiful piece of artwork is one that you can’t miss.

Linda Curley Christensen’s depiction of a young Joseph Smith in the Sacred Grove is a powerful image of the beauty of the Earth and humility of the young Prophet.

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Bev Barnett’s beautiful painting of Joseph Smith in the Sacred Grove is a must-have. The pillar of light that descends on Joseph Smith is a powerful representation of the spirit of hope and clarity that filled Joseph when he was visited by the Father and the Son.

Warren Floyd Luch’s inspiring painting uses its lack of color to emphasize the point that the young boy Joseph was visited by both dark and light forces. The beautiful use of light makes this piece an incredibly thought-provoking piece of art.

David Chapman Lindsay’s painting of the First Vision is deeply powerful in its meaning. Through the outline of the hand, we see the young boy Joseph, we see the connection of God’s creations and human touch.

J, Kirk Richards’ beautiful interpretation of the First Vision combines beautiful colors and powerful meaning in portraying the Prophet Joseph Smith’s visitation of the Father and the Son.

This beautiful interpretation of the First Vision was done by the Cuna Indians of the San Blas Islands in Panama. It uses cotton textiles and mola to present a rich image of color.

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Paul Forster’s painting of the First Vision is powerful for many reasons. First is its depiction of the Father and the Son banishing the dark forces surrounding Joseph, and secondly the expressions on the Father, the Son’s, and Joseph’s faces. Each one perfectly captures the emotions and feelings that must have been felt during this visitation.

Joni Susanto’s interpretation of the First Vision is rich in color, and deeply inspiring with its use of light. Susanto hails from Indonesia, and the cultural influences can be seen and felt throughout the painting.

Emile Wilson’s painting is deeply influenced by Wilson’s heritage in Sierra Leone. The earth colors used captures the deep meaning of visit of the Father and the Son to Joseph Smith.

Devin Justesen

Devin is a graduate of Brigham Young University where he studied English and Business Management. He is a writer, photographer, movie-fanatic, and a lover of street tacos. He served his mission in Tokyo, Japan.

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These resources on history.lds.org can enrich your study of Joseph Smith’s First Vision:

1.     The First Vision Theater: Make reservations to experience the First Vision Theater at the Church History Museum, where you can see the First Vision beautifully depicted on a 240-degree semicircular screen in a short film that draws from all nine existing accounts recorded during Joseph’s lifetime.

2.     Journey to the Sacred Grove: Enjoy this insightful and immersive multimedia presentation of Joseph’s experiences leading up to the First Vision.

3.     First Vision Accounts: Read about the various accounts of the First Vision given by Joseph Smith and his contemporaries in this Gospel Topics essay, or go to josephsmithpapers.org to examine the original documents yourself.

4.     Different Accounts for Different Audiences: Watch in these four videos as historians share insights gained from studying the various accounts of the First Vision.

5.     First Vision Narrative: This article integrates details from all of the First Vision accounts into a single storyline.

6.     The Sacred Grove: Learn about the 10 acres of woods now known as the Sacred Grove and how the Church maintains this historic site today.

Sours: https://history.churchofjesuschrist.org/exhibit/first-vision-art?lang=eng

Latter-day Saint Art | Images of the Savior, Temples, Church

Light Descending Joseph Smith's First Vision in the Sacred Grove by Matthew Kennedy

This piece is printed on high quality Museum Giclee Canvas and is offered framed or unframed,

Choose from 3 Frame Styles.

  • Antique Gold 2”, Solid Wood

  • Black Cove 2.75”, Laminate

  • Brushed Mahogany & Gold 2.5”, Solid Wood

  • Please note that framed artwork can take up to one week to ship due to our production time. If you have any question or concerns, feel free to reach out to us to discuss them.

This unique and gorgeous depiction of the First Vision was used in President Russell M. Nelson’s 2020 New Year Message encouraging all Latter-day Saints to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others in 2020. The new year marks the bicentennial of the First Vision. 

This is beautiful dramatic painting captures the scene of the sacred moment of descending light as told by the young Prophet Joseph Smith in his description of the First Vision. The light filters through the trees while Joseph is looking straight above. Joseph Smith described it - I saw a pillar of light exactly over my head, above the brightness of the sun, which descended gradually until it fell upon me. This work of art captures the light just as Joseph had described it - exactly over his head.  This makes a meaningful work of art for any Latter-day Saint home.

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SOME BACKGROUND REGARDING THIS WORK OF ART

In the mid-1800s, Boston mayor and nationally known writer and publicist Josiah Quincy wrote: "At some future time the question may be asked, What great American has done more to mold the minds and destiny of his countrymen than any other man upon this continent? Absurd as it may seem to some, it is not improbable that the answer to this question will be, Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet!"

Confused about religion during a time of revival in the state of New York where he lived in 1820, 14-year-old Joseph read a passage in the New Testament and went to the woods to pray. This event is referred to by Latter-day Saints as the First Vision. Joseph records that God and Jesus Christ appeared to him. "I saw a pillar of light exactly over my head," he wrote, "above the brightness of the sun, which descended gradually until it fell upon me." Within that light, he saw two personages — one of whom spoke Joseph's name, pointed to the other, and said, "This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him!" Church members refer to this experience as the "First Vision." It forever changed Joseph Smith and has become a central tenet of Latter-day Saint belief. It began the work of restoring the Church of Jesus Christ to the earth. This work of art is a depiction of Joseph Smith’s First Vision.

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Visualizing the Vision: A History of First Vision Art - Anthony Sweat

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