From his obscure beginnings in Sharon, Vermont, to his martyrdom at Carthage, the life of Joseph Smith is chronicled in vivid, full-color images by renowned LDS artist Glen S. Hopkinson. Dramatic paintings depict the Smith family's journey to Palmyra, fourteen-year-old Joseph's experience in the Sacred Grove, the ensuing persecution and relentless opposition, Joseph's translation of the Book of Mormon, the organization of the Church, the Kirtland experience, Zion's Camp and the trials of Missouri, the Prophet's imprisonment at Liberty Jail, and the settlement of Nauvoo. More than 60 illustrations are included in this pictorial history, providing a moving portrayal of a faithful and remarkable life.
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Glen S. Hopkinson is known as one of the foremost painters of the western migration and is widely recognized for his ability to tell a story in paint. He has been honored with numerous art awards and his work has been featured in books, magazine articles, covers, and limited-edition prints. He is the author and artist of Old Nauvoo published in 2002.
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Descripción Deseret Book Company, 2005. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1590383508
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