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Virgen of my suffering is the title to this colorful art print. She is waiting, smiling, and napping in a cactus patch. The cactus patch and flowers represent life's pain, suffering, and moments of beauty. The image reflects how some of us will endure so much, before we finally stand up and walk away.

The Virgen de Guadalupe has always been my guide and mentor. This was how I saw her in my life, waiting for me to move on, and walk away.

**Each archival print is sent to be printed when sold. It usually takes approximately a 5-7 days from time ordered, printed and shipped.

However, if my printer is busy on a larger project), I will advise on time limits. Unfortunately, my print guy does not work weekends.

Image size is 16x22 with one inch border. This print will be numbered #7/500
Professionally printed on Hahnemuhle archival print paper

Carefully shipped in tube/triangle
Please convo artist if you have questions.
Copyright does not transfer with sale of this image.

Signed and dated by artist
Color may vary slightly from your monitor.

Beautiful archival folk art print of Virgen de mi sufrimiento: 16 x 22


Only 1 available


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hahnemuhle museum quality artist paper, aquaius pigmented quality inks, acid free, archival, folk art
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 233 people