Nauvoo, Illinois LDS Watercolor Temple
The Nauvoo Illinois Temple is a reconstruction of the original Nauvoo Temple built in the 1840s and destroyed by fire in 1848. The Nauvoo Illinois Temple is the second of the currently operating temples built in Illinois, following the Chicago Illinois Temple (1985). Unlike most Latter-day Saint temples, the Nauvoo Illinois Temple and its statue of the angel Moroni face west. The temple points toward the Mississippi River.
The largest temple baptismal font in the Church is located in the Nauvoo Illinois Temple.
This piece was hand drawn with pencil, then outlined in ink, then water colored. Next, the painting was scanned into my computer and made digitally ready to be printed and sent to your home.
Comes in two sizes 8x10, and 11x14. Printed and packaged professionally. Group pricing is available, please contact me with questions.
***For name and date customization please use the listing, "Customize Your Temple Print." ***