5 Easter Jesus Images
Today we have a wonderful collection of Jesus Images! We have some nice Easter images featuring Jesus in a variety of backgrounds. A couple of the images display Jesus holding a sweet little Lamb. One is in color that has a flock of sheep following Him as well. There are images of Him wearing a crown of thorns on His head as He is preparing for the cross. Perfect for your Handmade Easter Cards, Craft Projects, and nice to use on a Church Bulletin or Newsletter. They would all be fun for your Collage or Mixed Media projects as well!
Vintage Easter Jesus Postcard
Pictured above is such a lovely antique Easter postcard. The card features Jesus with a flock of Sheep following close behind in a field with some pretty yellow and red flowers. He is holding a precious little Lamb. Jesus is wearing such pretty, colorful attire. He is holding a tall cane. In the distant background is a dwelling or two of some sort along with fields of brown and gold colors. One structure actually looks somewhat like a steeple. Such a wonderful picture!
Special Antique Jesus Images
This is a splendid Vintage Easter Jesus Image!! Shown above is a Beautiful Antique Easter Card featuring Jesus in an Arch Shaped Frame. There is a little white box underneath where you can add some text if you wish. He is carrying a Palm tree branch. I suppose this is meant to represent Palm Sunday prior to his crucifixion. It is such a nice Vintage Religious Image!
Featured above is a nice early religious Engraving. This one is from a Circa 1851 Christian book. The engraving shows Jesus clutching a sweet baby Lamb. He has such an expression of kindness and contentment on his face I think. The reading at the bottom appropriately says, “The Good Shepherd.” As in the top graphic He is again holding his cane.
So, here we have something today that’s pretty amazing pictured above … miraculous even!! And so perfect for Easter weekend. According to the book, this fantastic pen flourished image of Jesus was originally all done with the “single stroke of the pen” as is written underneath his picture. There are two identical images seen above. One has a square yellow frame over the oval cameo. This is part of the historical account of His death as he is wearing the crown of thorns. It is a bit sad and distressing yet I suppose also beautiful in the sense that for believers He will be resurrected. That is why we have Easter celebrations of course.