Please note: The canvas and print do not come mounted or framed.
Delve into the profound beauty of the Catholic Faith with an exclusive portrait of St. Augustine of Hippo
Find inspiration in the life and holiness of St. Augustine, a saint and Doctor of the Church whose theological writings have had a timeless impact on Catholics through the ages. This newly commissioned sacred art beautifully captures St. Augustine's life and teachings.
Rich in detail, this captivating artwork portrays the symbolism of St. Augustine's spiritual journey. Depicted in a way that blends both his Italian and North African heritage, St. Augustine stands under a dark sky as the sun breaks through the clouds, symbolizing how God’s light cut through the clouds of his restless and wayward life, illuminating his path to truth and redemption.
In St. Augustine’s hands, you will see a flaming heart, a poignant symbol of his profound love for God, as well as sheets of papyrus, calling to mind his extensive writings that continue to guide believers to this day.
Inspiring Catholic art is not reserved for use in churches and cathedrals—it is available for homes and offices as well. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us, “Sacred art draws man to adoration, to prayer, and to the love of God” (CCC 2502).
This sacred art of St. Augustine of Hippo is a masterful addition to Ascension’s Sacred Art Collection of Holy Men and Women by Tianna Williams, a partnership between Tianna Williams, Fr. Josh Johnson, and Ascension to create beautiful sacred art that transforms Catholic churches and homes into places of deeper rest, prayer, and faith.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Catholic Faith and let this sacred imagery of St. Augustine's remarkable journey inspire your own spiritual pilgrimage.
An email explaining the symbolism of this image will be sent to those who purchase it so that they can more fully understand and appreciate its message.
If you would like prayer cards of the artwork, see this link.
If you would like more sacred art, you can see the collection here.