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13 beautiful artistic depictions of the First Vision

by | Feb. 01, 2021

In an interview with LDS Living, author and Brigham Young University professor Anthony Sweat said, “The Restoration helps me better comprehend God (and therefore myself and His children), gives deep meaning and understanding to life, and gives me power and purpose through covenants. It means everything to me.”

To celebrate and honor the Restoration and our study of the Doctrine and Covenants this year, here are 13 of our favorite artistic depictions of the First Vision that can enhance the spirit in your home.

The First Visions

Anthony Sweat | 17 x 23 Framed Art

First Vision art

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Oh, How Lovely Was the Morning

Alan Fullmer | 48 x 16 Gallery Wrap

First Vision art

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Spring Morning

Kelsy and Jesse Lightweave | 13 x 28 Framed Art

First Vision art

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200th Anniversary of the Restoration

Greg Olsen | 22 x 28 Framed Art

First Vision art

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Vision

Victoria Matthews | 32 x 24 Canvas Wrap

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First Vision

Kate Lee | 28 x 24 Framed Art

First Vision art

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Oh, How Lovely Was the Morning Card Pack

Dan Burr | A collection of twelve 3x4” cards

First Vision art

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Sacred Grove

Robert A. Boyd | 21 x 36 Framed Art

First Vision art

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The First Vision

Cary Austin and Greg Newbold | Art Book

First Vision art

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The First Vision

Kraig Varner | 16.5” Cold-Cast Bronze Statue

First Vision art

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The First Vision

Jorge Cocco Santángelo | 17 x 20 Framed Art

First Vision art

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Pillar of Light

Dave Merrill | 30 x 26 Framed Art

First Vision art

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Early Spring 1820

Jeffery R. Pugh | 26 x 14 Framed Art

First Vision art

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