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Botticelli's "The Annunciation"

A 12x12-inch reproduction of the Early Renaissance master Alessandro Botticelli's painting of the Annunciation can be purchased at the National Shrine Shops.
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DaVinci's "Last Supper"

A 12x24-inch framed copy of Leonardo DaVinci's "Last Supper" can also be purchased at the National Shrine Shops.
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Scene from the Epiphany taken from Roman sarcophagus

This bas-relief representing the arrival of the Magi to the manger was taken from part of a sarcophagus found in the Vatican Necropolis under the Basilica of St. Peter. The original dates to about 380, and this reproduction can be purchased at the Vatican Museums shop.
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Caravaggio's "Deposition"

This large poster of Caravaggio's "The Deposition" (1600-1604) can be purchased at the Vatican Museums shop.
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Fra Angelico's "Annunciation"

A beautifully framed glass-covered reproduction of Fra Angelico's famous "Annunciation" can be purchased online at the National Shrine Shops.
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Michelangelo's "Pieta"

A 5"-high alabaster reproduction of Michelangelo's "Pieta" can be purchased at St. Patrick's Cathedral Gift Shop.
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Enthroned Virgin and Child

This reproduction of an ivory statuette of the Virgin and Child (ca. 1260-1280) can be purchased online at the Metropolitan Museum of Art store.
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Giambologna: Corpus of Christ Sculpture

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's shop is offering a  reproduction of a bronze sculpture, Corpus of Christ, from the workshop of Giovanni Francesco Susini (ca. 1575–1653), off of a model by Giovanni Bologna, called Giambologna (Flemish, ca. 1529–1608).
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Benedetto da Maiano's "Virgin and Child"

This is a reproduction of Benedetto da Maiano's "Virgin and Child" (ca. 1490), which can be purchased at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Shop.