Jesus and the Lamb art print by Katherine Brown
I do not buy, use, or gravitate to depictions of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, but this print by Katherine Brown is the exception. This is a beautiful and moving picture. I used it as the illustration on the posting titled “The Master” here on A Crooked Path, and I ordered an 11″ x 14″ copy to frame and hang in the entry to my home.
If you are moved by this work of art as well, and would like to know where to purchase it go to one of these links:
Here is a little more about Katherine Brown you may find interesting;
American impressionist Katherine Brown believes that beauty is the business of the artist.
“Katherine’s paintings — technical masterpieces of painterly artistry — offer us the unique experience of beholding beauty in its purest sense. Her canvas images not only capture one’s initial visual senses but elicit a deeper, more emotional response representing the dream of what is purely classical and timeless in art. Through her art, Katherine offers us the opportunity to touch the very core of what is beautiful in life.” – Renee Easton, Art Director, Dayton, Ohio.
Katherine Brown was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1948. Her father, an avid outdoorsman, often had Katherine accompany him on his many excursions into the surrounding countryside of Mississippi and Arkansas. It was there she developed her love of growing things and the play of sunlight across the landscape. Her family’s reverence for the arts afforded her frequent trips to museums, the ballet, and concerts. Her familiarity with great works of art inspired her dreams to one day create beautiful paintings of her own.
Katherine Brown began studying art under Paul Penczner, then the leading portrait painter in Memphis. Penczner, an Austrian by birth, was a classic artist and teacher. Katherine acquired vast technical knowledge of drawing and perspective and built upon Penczner’s instruction at the National Academy School of Fine Art in New York City.
There she studied under the prestigious artists Daniel Greene, N.A., and the late Robert Phillips, N.A. “The soul cannot express itself if the hand cannot execute,” Katherine believes.
Using only the purest oil pigments made in Germany and Holland as well as fine linen canvases she constructs herself, Katherine creates brilliant works of art distinctly her own.
Katherine Brown has exhibited in numerous group shows in Atlanta, New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Dayton, Ohio, St. Simon’s Island, and Sea Island, Georgia. Her work is in private and corporate collections across the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan. Noteworthy collectors include the late philanthropist and patron of the arts Robert Woodruff; author M. Scott Peck, M.D.; Richard Evans, Executive Vice President and C.E.O. for Gaylord Entertainment; Scott Shepherd, Publisher, Southern Living Magazine; and William Mitchell, President, Carter & Associates. Also among her clients are the Ritz Carlton Hotels and the Wedding Palace in Kyoto, Japan. She has done a series of paintings for Tiffany & Company in Atlanta and has done a number of paintings for Southern Living Magazine’s show houses in Atlanta and Nashville.
I believe her paintings of Jesus and the Lamb are her most famous.