Today I received another print from him, a polychrome print of the Annunciation. It is found on his religious art page here.
These are taken with my phone, so they are not perfectly clear.
Here is the print, taken from his site.
A couple details from my new print taken with my phone (so they are a tad fuzzy):
Around the figure of the angel and the Blessed Virgin are Old Testament figures, foreshadowing the Annunciation. This one is of Gideon and the fleece soaked with dew. You might recall my post about St. Ambrose’s exegesis of the “dew” during the period when certain bishops were protesting the new, corrected translation.
You can see the detail in the background./
You can see part of Mitsui’s signature.
I was also very impressed by the way the print was wrapped up, between multiple layers of cardboard, everything carefully taped up so that the print could not be damaged.
This would make a fine gift for, say, some seminarian, or a convert… anyone.