Church of Saint Louis III Saint Paul, Minnesota Oil on Canvas - 2010
Located in the heart of downtown Saint Paul, Church of St. Louis is also fondly called ‘The Little French Church’. Completed in 1909, it “was the culmination of years of work, prayer and sacrifice on the part of the French-Canadian Catholics of Saint Paul”. It is believed the architect, Emmanuel Louis Masqueray, who also designed the Cathedral of Saint Paul, which was under construction simultaneously at the time, was particularly fond of this building he called his “little gem”.
In 2010, this painting was commissioned by Father Paul Morrissey - Church of Saint Louis for the church’s annual Christmas card. (Oil high-lights added to canvas print)
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