Of Past and Future Prints

Plenty of two-dimensional work today:  First, some hand-colored prints of Jacob Wrestling the Angel of God.  A few of these are available if they strike you.  Next, are some studies for a large, 18″ x 12″, lino-cut of Obed Edom.  Finally, a few more prints and drawings.

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Four hand-colored Jacobs on the table

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Hand-colored Jacob, version 1 (sold)

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Color

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Coloring

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Hand-colored Jacob, version 2

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Evening light (The Golden Corridor)

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Hand-colored Jacob, version 3

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Obed Edom Studies

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I Chose You, Obed Edom (Preparatory drawing for a large scale lino-cut)

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Cherubim and Eye

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Earlier version of Obed Edom

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Obed Edom with a sprig of cedar

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head studies

Walking Man Becomes a Tree, sketch for copper-plate engraving

Walking Man Becomes a Tree, sketch for copper-plate engraving

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Go On, Job, Bread & Water, for sale on Etsy

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Goshen Ewe-Lamb, 3-color lino-cut, for sale on Etsy

Finally and thankfully, I was engaged by the keen and mysterious richness of this astonishing poem , from Tom Hirons yesterday.  As a rule, I generally do not to link to other work here, so Sometimes a Wild God represents an exception.