St Martin de Tours | mixed media on paper | artwork size 10 x 8 inch (25 x 20 cm) | mounted 16 x 12 inch (40 x 30 cm)
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Materials: acrylic, block printing ink
Height: 16 inches
Width: 12 inches
St Martin of Tours (317–397). According to medieval accounts Martin was a Roman soldier who converted to Christianity after an encounter with a half-naked beggar at the gate of the city of Amiens in northern France. Martin cut his cloak in half in order to share it with the beggar, who that night appeared to him in a dream-vision and revealed himself to be Christ
The picture is an original mixed media work on paper and is one of a series of works created by the artist celebrating the saints and blessed of the liturgical calendar. This is an ongoing project recently featured at 54 the Gallery, Mayfair, London. The piece measures 10 x 8 inches/25 x 20 cm, the mounted size is 16 x 12 inches or 30 x 40 cm. The work is signed and dated by the artist on the back
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29 Jan.-03 Feb.
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28 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
So absolutely stunning! The colours and technique are incredible. This picture sits next to me every day in the studio, I just love it.
I really love this piece, thank you so much.
A really wonderful and artistic representation of Our Lady. Incredible work!
I love these prayer cards. Beautiful picture with a prayer on the back most needed in these difficult times.
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