Icon of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Juan Diego Flanked by Four Dominican Saints from Central and South America

Triptych

Created for a chapel at the Church of Saint Vincent Ferrer in New York City, this triptych depicts Saint Juan Diego encountering Our Lady of Guadalupe. They are flanked by four Dominican saints from central and south America, including Saint Rose of Lima, Saint Martin de Porres, Saint Juan Macias, and Saint Louis Bertrand. Atop the two doors are icons of the Annunciation. When the doors of the triptych are closed during Lent, visitors can see a replica of a 16th Century map of the New World copied from the Vatican Museum.



Closed Tryptich

Triptych



Icon of Saint Joseph Flanked by Four Dominican Saints

Triptych

Created for the priory attached to the Church of Saint Vincent Ferrer in New York City, this triptych depicts Saint Joseph (the province’s patron), flanked by four Dominican saints— Saint Albert the Great, Saint Margaret of Hungary, Saint Antoninus, and Saint Catherine of Siena—chosen as exemplars of the four pillars of the Dominican way of life (prayer, study, preaching, and community).



The Virgin of Tenderness Flanked by Saint Pope John XXIII and Saint Katharine Drexel

Triptych

The icons of Blessed Pope John XXIII and Saint Katherine Drexel were painted as part of a triptych commissioned by a parish in Morristown, New Jersey as part of their centennial. The triptych hangs in the parish’s original church–now a meditation chapel–which dates from 1804. The triptych's other two elements include Saint Katherine Drexel, and an icon of Our Lady. This Triptych was commissioned by Our lady of Mercy Church in Whippany, NJ as part of their centennial celebration.


Donor Book Cabinet

Triptych

Icons of Saint Theresa of Calcutta and Saint Óscar Romero flank Our Lady of the Sign, in this cabinet for a hand-lettered book naming the parish’s donors. This was commissioned by Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Parish in Centerport, NY.

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