SPONSORED: Arnold Friberg: Book of Mormon Classic Art

by | Nov. 08, 2013


For more than 50 years, the twelve paintings printed in recent editions of the Book of Mormon have given us unique access to the world of ancient prophets. Nephi subduing his brothers, Abinadi testifying to King Noah, Samuel preaching from the city wall — these scenes ground scripture stories in a compelling visual world as we study the word of God. 

Commissioned in 1950, artist Arnold Friberg created the works that have earned a place in the hearts and minds of Latter-day Saints around the world. He captured with timeless craftsmanship and devout sensitivity the rise and fall of a nation — one thousand years of history, doctrine and faith. 

Now your family can own a set of lithographs of your favorite Book of Mormon heroes. Available for purchase at bookofmormonclassics.com, signed and numbered prints of the twelve original scenes come in an embossed, sealed portfolio with a commemorative book and certificate of authenticity. 

Bring the scriptural scenes written on your family’s hearts into your home. This article is sponsored by Book of Mormon Classic Art

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