Pictorial portrait of José María Julián Mariano
Religious painting of the Spanish saint and priest canonized in 2002 by Juan Pablo II, Founder of Opus Dei (The prelature of the Holy Cross) in 1928, an important world jurisdiction that belongs to the Catholic Church. His dedication to God starts from a childhood based on the foundations of faith through his parents and school learning. Among his most valued concepts, he highlighted the importance of the union of marriage and families motivated by the death of his three little sisters, plus the economic need he went through as a child. He was concerned with Christian pursuits that lead us to Jesus through the practice of humility, patience, or charity.
- Oil painting with final varnishing.
- Canvas arranged on a wooden frame.
- 55 x 46 centimeters | Vertical format.
- Sacred Art | Impressionism | Expressionism.