San Xavier del Bac is a Spanish Mission just south of Tucson, Arizona. It is often called the White Dove of the Desert because it stands out in the Sonoran Desert, elevated above the cultivated green fields of the Tohono O'odham nation. It is a National Historic Landmark but is still an active church and mission serving the local indigenous people. The church was built between 1783 and 1797 and is in the Baroque style. It is the oldest European structure in the U.S. I have visited the church and it is a special and spiritual place for everyone. This view is captured in an 8x10 oil on board, framed in a wide gold frame. I do love to do architectural paintings of shadow, light and shape.
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Take a photo of the framed artwork, showing the damage and a photo of the packing material including the box. Email me with attached photos of the damage. I will refund my cost for the frame, provide you with the link to my frame supplier so you can verify the cost and I will refund the cost of the frame.