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Churches in Toronto By David Crighton

  • Our Lady Of Sorrows, Toronto, Canada by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    Our Lady Of Sorrows

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    David has drawn many Toronto Churches and places of worship in his 35 year career.

     Note cards available in packages of 6 cards for $33.00.  ($5.50 a card).  Minimum order 3 packages of 6

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  • POSTER St. James Anglican Cathedral, Toronto by David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    POSTER St. James Anglican Cathedral, Toronto by David Crighton Art

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    Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is the home of the oldest congregation in the city. The parish was established in 1797. The Cathedral, with construction beginning in 1850 and opening for services on 19 June 1853, was one of the largest buildings in the city at the time. It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture.
    The church is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and is the episcopal seat of the Anglican Church of Canada's Diocese of Toronto.

    Crightonism: My father, Ross Crighton was an Anglican minister and as such this Cathedral was "Head Office" in Ontario where he was ordained and performed his religious mission. He would be very happy to see this artwork and probably expect a free print :)... I'd love to be able to put one in his hand but he'd gone to his reward. God Bless you Dad.

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  • Redeemer Church, Toronto by Illustrator Artist David Crighton Art
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    Redeemer Church, Toronto by Illustrator Artist David Crighton Art

    $125.00

    The Church of the Redeemeris an Anglican church in Toronto, Canada. The small church is prominently located at the intersection of Bloor Street and Avenue Road.®Õ?? It was founded in 1871 when the area was still on the fringe of the city. As with many other downtown churches the Church of the Redeemer suffered from falling attendance in the late twentieth century. The church ran into severe financial difficulties and in 1979 the parish voluntarily disestablished itself and was taken over by the®Õ?? Anglican Diocese of Toronto. The church lands were sold to developers and the massiveå¦ÌÀ Four Seasons Renaissance Centre was built on them. With the money from this deal the church was again solvent and regained its independence. The money also paid for much needed renovations. In 2000 the church launched a major renovation project as extra meeting space and offices were constructed under the building.

    The church is known for its progressive stance on social issues, especiallygay rights. Noted by passersby for its prominent sign, often featuring a quotation or thought for meditation. The church is also known to host a range of musical events and concerts. For example, Canadian group Great Lake Swimmerså¦ÌÀ played two shows at the Church of the Redeemer on April 14, 2007.

    Crightonism: I like the fact that this is an Anglican Church as my father was a minister of that faith. Furthermore, I like the juxtaposition of the "Old-Gothic" set against the "Modern-Condominium" architectural styles. This gives my illustration various perspectives.

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  • St. James Anglican Cathedral, Toronto by David Crighton
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    St. James Anglican Cathedral, Toronto by David Crighton

    $125.00

    Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is the home of the oldest congregation in the city. The parish was established in 1797. The Cathedral, with construction beginning in 1850 and opening for services on 19 June 1853, was one of the largest buildings in the city at the time. It was designed by Frederick William Cumberland and is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture.
    The church is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and is the episcopal seat of the Anglican Church of Canada's Diocese of Toronto.

    Crightonism: My father, Ross Crighton was an Anglican minister and as such this Cathedral was "Head Office" in Ontario where he was ordained and performed his religious mission. He would be very happy to see this artwork and probably expect a free print :)... I'd love to be able to put one in his hand but he'd gone to his reward. God Bless you Dad.

    Fill out this form and indicate interest in either Limited Edition or Regular Print


    Return Policy: All products may be returned at our expense for full refund

    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:

    Choose from Digital reproduction and Floating Frame Canvas Ready to Hang.

    For a picture of Floating Frame, shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

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