This Virgin of Guadalupe Print on Canvas, measuring 9" high by 5.5" wide, is a reproduction of the Virgin of Guadalupe painting at the Shrine of Guadalupe in Mexico City. The Virgin is shown standing on a crescent moon (once believed to have been silver but now turned dark) with the bottom of her robe carried by a cherubic angel dressed in pink with blue, yellow and gold open wings. She is shown in contemplation with praying hands, tilted head, and down-turned, heavy-lidded eyes. Her face has been described as that of a mestiza girl with high cheek-bones, delicate features, and straight, unbraided black hair simply parted in the middle and framing her face Her dress is composed of a decorative gold flower and vine pattern on a pink background with black tassels tied at the waist and her mantle is cerulean blue with eight point gold stars and edging. There is a brooch with a colonial styled cross barely visible at her neck. She is surrounded by a gold mandorla (a pointed oval architectural feature used as an aureole for religious figures) made of straight gold rays with a scalloped edge. Beyond this is an unpainted expanse with a faint blue tinge. In the top right hand corner is a nitric acid spill which occurred in 1791. The image has been printed on a piece of cotton canvas. Maker and age are unknown, but this appears to be a contemporary reproduction. This Virgin of Guadalupe Print on Canvas is in Very Good condition with no wear or damage.