A Painting Said to Possess Miraculous Powers - Circa - NCMA - North Carolina Museum of Art
Meg Eberle

Meg Eberle is a volunteer at the NCMA.

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  1. Joanne Wheeler - Reply

    June 22, 2017

    Lovely description and write up, I can't wait to see it! How can I volunteer at the museum?
  2. Anne - Reply

    July 03, 2017

    I loved this exhibit and encouraged many of my students to go. This blog about the miracles attributed to one of the paintings just added to how wonderful this exhibit was. Really interesting that many of the miracles happened away from it but maybe it was prayed to which explains the delay. Some of the miracles at Lourdes was like this
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