Baptism of Pocahontas, 14x20

$29.00 USD

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TITLE: Baptism of Pocahontas
ARTIST: John Chapman
YEAR: 1839
PRINT#: PPOCA1420

This painting depicts the ceremony in which Pocahontas, daughter of the influential Algonkian chief Powhatan, was baptized and given the name Rebecca in an Anglican church. It took place in 1613 or 1614 in the colony at Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement on the North American continent. Pocahontas is thought to be the earliest native convert to Christianity in the English colonies; this ceremony and her subsequent marriage to John Rolfe helped to establish peaceful relations between the colonists and the Tidewater tribes.
Baptism of Pocahontas painted by John Chapman in 1839
Size is 14x20
Framed art is presented in a high-quality wooden & glass frame
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All components are proudly made in the USA!
Document is printed on premium acid-free paper
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Size and Specs

14x20 Print Only
Sized for 14x20 frame (note this is not a standard size!)
Image size is 17" x 11"
Mat area around image is white for prints and color shown for framed art
Art printed on acid-free paper
Rolled in protective mailing tube for delivery

14x20 Framed
Quality wood frame with real glass
Image size is 17" x 11"
Overall frame size is 22-1/4" x 16-1/4"
Mat is 1.5" wide on all sides and is the color shown
Product weight is 5 lbs
Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware

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