"Madonna at Midnight"—Rocamadour, the Dordogne, France. Clutching precariously at the sheer walls of a gorge, Rocamadour is historically one of the most popular sites of pilgrimage. One object of veneration is a wooden “Black Madonna” in a cave chapel built into the side of the cliff. She may represent either persistent pagan influences or a reference to Mary Magdalene. Historically, Black Madonnas were usually hidden and associated with darkness and fertility. This one is cloaked in the blue-black of midnight. This image is printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag archival paper with an Epson 9800 printer using 3-K archival Ultrachrome inks. The mat is 4-ply, museum-quality, acid-free, unbuffered mat board. The image is printed in the following editions: 25 are 32 x 40 in. (mat size 40 x 48 in.) 50 are 19 x 24 in. (mat size 29 x 32 in.) 100 are 11 x 14 in. (mat size 17.5 x 20 in.) Click on INFORMATION to call or email for prices.

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