“Moses’ Tabernacle in the Wilderness” was the dwelling place of God on the earth shown to Moses by a vision recorded in Exodus 25: 8-9; a pattern of the Holy places in Heaven according to Hebrews 9:23-24.
In his book, “Christ in the Tabernacle”, A. B. Simpson said, “The Tabernacle is the grandest of all the Old Testament types of Christ. It was all one great object lesson of spiritual truth. In its wonderful furniture, priesthood, and worship, we see, with a vividness that we find nowhere else, the Glory and Grace of Jesus, and the privileges of His redeemed people”.
Artist Norbert McNulty (1938-2009) painted the original in 1976 with the medium of oil on black velvet. He painted it while going to Bible School in Butler, PA and it took him close to 400 hours to complete. Norbert by the Grace of God received this inspiration from the Lord and faithfully researched the authenticity of this setting for his stunning painting which is architecturally to scale based on the blueprint the Bible reveals. We pray it will inspire many more to search the scriptures and find Jesus the Christ, the Son of the Living God.
This 11x14 fine art print includes the title of the image “Moses’ Tabernacle in the Wilderness” specifically spaced so that it can be matted and framed. The print also includes the above description and story on the back. This standard size makes for easy matting and framing into a 16x20 frame. An example of this print framed and matted is provided for illustration purposes to show how it can look.