This vintage travel print featuring Azusa Street is a unique and eye-catching piece of art that is perfect for any fan of early 20th century Christian revival history. The print features a stunning graphic design that captures the location of the Azusa Street Revival, a major event in the history of the Pentecostal movement that took place in Los Angeles from 1906 under the leadership of William J. Seymour.
This print accurately and artistically depicts the Apostolic Faith Gospel Mission Church which was located on Azusa Street in Los Angeles, California. The print has been digitally designed using a clean and modern palette and is a modern-take on the classic travel posters of the early twentieth century.
This museum-quality print is created on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper and is suitable for framing or display. It is a great conversation starter and a perfect addition to any home, office, school, or church. Whether you are a collector of vintage posters, a historian, or interested in the history of Christianity, this poster is sure to be a welcome addition to your collection.
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