Photos of Janis' Paintings
Janis has painted many portraits of Saints, religious figures, celebrities, and
people just like you! Click on paintings or descriptions to enlarge them in a
Janis painted this
Papczynski in 2007.
after the modeled
after the image
obtained as a result
of the forensic study
the Church of Cenacle
of the Lord Gora
Kalwaria, Poland, by
Brother Andrew R.
Vicepostular of the
Marian Causes of
North America and
The original painting was offered as a
gift to His Eminence Tarcisio Cardinal
Bertone, Secretary of State of the Holy
See and it is placed at the Apostolic
Palace of the Vatican City State.
and Asia, in the year of thanksgiving
for the grace of beatification of Fr.
Stanislaus of Jesus and Mary
Papczynski (1631-1701), Founder of
the Congregation of Marian Fathers.
The 40"x32" painting is permanently
displayed in the little church near
Warsaw, Poland, which, by tradition, is
called the Cenacle. Blessed Fr.
Stanislaus was buried there in 1701.
I must apologize! Some of the photos of my portraits are of poor quality and do not do justice to the
paintings, but I wanted them to be shown anyway. Last names of portraits of children and women are
omitted. Portraits are in no particular order -- a professional service arranged them on this website.
I hope you enjoy viewing my work. -Janis
Renovator of Marians
Founder of Marians
The two paintings below are displayed at
the General Headquarters in Rome, Italy
Displayed in the General
Headquarters of the
Marian Fathers in Rome,
|This painting was commissioned for the
General House of the Marian Fathers in
Fr. Jan M. Rokosz, MIC,
of the Congregation of Marian Fathers
and by Br. Andrzej R. Maczynski, MIC,
Vicepostulator of the Marian Causes of
|Our Lady of Mercy with the Marian Family.
Painting commissioned by Br.Andrew
Mączyński, MIC on the Centennial
Anniversary of the establishment of the
Marian Fathers in North America, A.D. 2014.
Jesus and Mary
Papczynski, Founder of
the Marians with
Renovator of the
by Brother Blessed
Stanislaus of Andrew
R. Maczynski, MIC
Superior of the Marians
on Eden Hill. Displayed
in the Community
Chapel on Eden Hill in