Christian Paintings by Jeremiah Briggs

I'm very excited that Jeremiah Briggs is making his Christian paintings available on a larger scale!

These are highest quality, acid-free, archival prints; signed and numbered by Jeremiah Briggs! Jeremiah is a former illustrator for Charisma magazine and other commercial printing projects.


Our Service and Prices

If I haven't won your trust by my honest and thorough approach to Christian history on these pages, here's some more reasons you can be confident that our little store will provide outstanding service.

At the moment we only have two of Jeremiah's prints available for sale, but we have them at incredible prices. Limited edition prints from other Christian artists on the internet typically sell for $199 and above.

Despite the fact that you are not going to beat the quality of these limited edition prints, Jeremiah's Briggs work is made available to you for just $49.97 including shipping, handling, mat, backing, and a crystal clear polypropylene sleeve from Clear Bags, Inc.

The sleeve is so clear and of such quality that you can frame the print right in its bag! It looks like glass in the frame!

Jeremiah Briggs Limited Edition Print #1:
The Annunciation

Jeremiah Brigg's Gabriel and Mary painting, thumbnailGabriel Appears to Mary. I'll bet you've never seen an angel like this one!
  • 11 x 14 print is matted to 16 x 20, ready for framing
  • As stated above, these limited edition prints are matted, backed, enclosed in a crystal clear, acid-free, polypropylene sleeve suitable for framing, and shipped flat. Each is signed and numbered by Jeremiah himself.
  • Shipping is by UPS ground and we ship within 48 hours

$49.97

This will add the painting to your cart. You can check out through PayPal at the top right corner of the screen.

How Can We Ship at These Prices?

I'm fortunate to know Jeremiah, and these prices are special for Christian History for Everyman readers.

I don't know how long these prices will be available, as he's switching to a more expensive, vellum print that is almost as good as the original Christian paintings. (They're unbelievable—he's offering one for sale at his blog.)

Jeremiah Briggs Limited Edition Print #2:
Elf Moon

Jeremiah Brigg's Elfmoon painting, thumbnailElf Moon (thumbnail cropped a bit): This is somewhat of a self-portrait of Jeremiah and his wife. You will love the nighttime feel.

Click here for higher resolution, screen-size image

  • 11 x 14 print is matted to 16 x 20, ready for framing
  • As stated above, these limited edition prints are matted, backed, enclosed in a crystal clear, acid-free, polypropylene sleeve suitable for framing, and shipped flat. Each is signed and numbered by Jeremiah himself.
  • Shipping is by UPS ground and we ship within 48 hours

$49.97

This will add the painting to your cart. You can check out through PayPal at the top right corner of the screen.

Some Additional Christian Paintings
by Jeremiah Briggs

These are just for your viewing enjoyment. One was sold before Jeremiah began making prints. The other is a drum, so no prints available.

David killing Goliath by Jeremiah Briggs, used with permissionThis painting was sold before Jeremiah was making prints.
David and Goliath
Photo used with permission
Jeremiah Briggs self-portraitSelf-portrait in pencil by Jeremiah Briggs
A painted bodhran by Jeremiah BriggsA bodhran, an Irish drum. This painting is one of my favorites.
Michael throws down the devil by Jeremiah BriggsMichael throws down the devil
This one will be up for sale soon

More Notes on
Jeremiah Briggs

  • I wrote a story about 10 years ago that he illustrated. It's called Much Like El. I think you'll love it; you'll definitely love the illustrations as much as his Christian paintings.
  • Jeremiah has a blog. There he gives some of the ideas and techniques he used in coming up with these Christian paintings.
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